Not every grotty bit of green belt land is ripe for development, by Catriona Riddell

There is an emerging political consensus that "poor quality" green belt should be released for development, says our columnist. But unsightly patches of land can play an important planning role, not least in preventing urban areas from coalescing.

by Catriona Riddell

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