Where To Build Britain's New Houses
Tim Leunig ()
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The fast-growing cities of the Victorian age made Britain the workshop of the world. Tim Leunig argues that there are important lessons for how we manage today's economy, notably the need to end the highly restrictive planning laws that constrain housing development in the South East and in cities associated with our top universities.
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