Halman on... the implications of Kate Barker's review of housing

The eagerly awaited Barker review has not disappointed. It is a clear exposition of the massive challenges facing the planning system and the house building industry alike. It also contains some of the most cogently reasoned and well thought through recommendations in any recent major study commissioned by the government. It will provide much food for thought for policy-makers.

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