Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Greenbelt

I read in the Telegraph that a member of the Bank of England monetary policy committee is calling for green belt land to be made available for housing, "particularly in areas where house prices were the highest." Well, that puts Brentwood fairly high up the list then.

Anyone care to speculate as to what proportion of Green Belt land in Conservative and Lib Dem constituencies will be rezoned as opposed to Labour ones?

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Doesn't that defeat the object of it being Green Belt land? I don't know about you, but the houses I have seen around here aren't very - green...

PL said...

The typical Labour sink estate will have lower average house prices anyway.

Ami said...

I am not anonymous! (The first comment was me, and the one on the previous blog too...)

Thanks for the link, much appreciated!! x