The Adam Smith Institute's proposal to roll back the green belt was featured in The Observer and The Guardian:
As one campaigner tells me: “It is the only universally popular part of the planning system.”
Yet it is being questioned. The libertarian thinktank the Adam Smith Institute has argued that, if a strip merely half a mile wide were shaved off the London green belt, 800,000 new homes could be built.
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