Green belt land in England

The amount of designated green belt land in England grew by 6,800ha between 2003 and 2004, according to latest ODPM statistics. Most of the increase was due to the designation of nearly 6,000ha of land around Durham as green belt. The other net increase of more than 100ha was in Dacorum, Hertfordshire. Designated land in 2004 was 1,678,200ha - 13 per cent of England's total area.

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