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22nd January 2013
New research from the Policy Exchange suggests that the planned abolition by the coalition government of Regional Strategies in 2010 has adversely affected the number of new homes being built or going to be built across England in the future. The research, Planning for Less - The impact of abolishing regional planning, makes the point that as of mid-2012 57% of Local Authorities in England (excluding London) had reduced their housing targets compared to 2010 levels. The chart below from the report shows the extent that each region has reduced its mid-2012 target compared to targets laid out in the Regional Strategies. I.e. almost 60% of authorities in the South West have reduced their housing targets since 2010.
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