Fyson on... a wasted chance to raise the level of public insight

Last week's 50th anniversary of modern green belt policy was another missed opportunity to educate the public about a planning device that was intended from the start to have a positive relationship with greenfield development. Commentators unable to forgive the masses for absenting themselves from the big cities have found fault both with planning that does not protect their idea of a rural idyll and with developers who threaten to swamp the country with buildings.

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