It looks like Sussex won’t be the new Saudi Arabia after all.
Posts Tagged: Planning Policy
Housing doesn’t work like other markets, but homeownership isn’t the reason why
As three former Chancellors warn of a house price bubble, Tories must show they know how to spread ownership
The housing crisis offers a chance to reinvigorate the property-owning democracy.
Why are so many well-paid, property-owning married couples living in such a state of financial insecurity?
MPs tend to think no further ahead than the next election – which won’t do.
Communities become more conducive to social mobility when the poor live side by side with those in the middle of the income range
Empty upmarket properties are essentially parasitic, accumulating value thanks to the surrounding hive of activity while contributing nothing towards it
This year’s Wolfson Economics Prize seeks an answer to a sticky, essential question.
We need radical new policies to bring such consumer-friendly outlets to our high streets.
The Defence Secretary denies he is stifling debate, and attacks “misdirected individuals”
Andy McDonald, the Labour MP for Middlesbrough, has an article in the New Statesman about Britain’s economic divide. It's pretty… Read more »
How did we become such a nation of nimbys? We can’t always have been so hostile to new development otherwise… Read more »
When it comes to new buildings, does traditional architecture still have place in the modern world?Very much so, says Myron… Read more »
Like the Deep End, the Economist does not have bylines. On its many excellent blogs, however, the authors are identified… Read more »
0.3 per cent GDP growth in the first quarter of this year was better than many people expected. But it… Read more »