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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4254426.stm

A wave of house building across England will do little to help those in greatest housing need, a charity says.

Mind you it is the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE)

As well as the council tax revaluation story they have the Million pound home sales sliding one on the main page too.

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4254426.stm

A wave of house building across England will do little to help those in greatest housing need, a charity says.

Mind you it is the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE)

As well as the council tax revaluation story they have the Million pound home sales sliding one on the main page too.

:)

What the heck?

"The ODPM says because of changes such as an increase in average housing density, it can now build 1.1m homes on less land than the previous government set out for 900,000 homes."

Jeez, it must be Super-Labour to the rescue! How exactly will they do this? Thinner walls, floating houses, just build housing for people under 5ft tall thereby building 3 storeys in place of two? What are they talking about?

:blink::blink::blink:

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What the heck?

"The ODPM says because of changes such as an increase in average housing density, it can now build 1.1m homes on less land than the previous government set out for 900,000 homes."

Jeez, it must be Super-Labour to the rescue! How exactly will they do this? Thinner walls, floating houses, just build housing for people under 5ft tall thereby building 3 storeys in place of two? What are they talking about?

:blink:  :blink:  :blink:

If we genetic engineer humans to be square, we can also package them into smaller spaces.

:lol::lol::lol:

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Its cos houses are getting smaller new build that is ( the old ones arnt shrinking in case you thought that ) :)

Their utter sh1te!!!! I work in them all the time.

Here's how to picture one in your mind.

Take 20 Regal king size, tip the fags out, place packet on floor, call it the master bedroom.

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I have a great idea.

All the people supporting the Council for Protection of Rural House prices can have their property bought from them under a voluntary/compulsory purchase green field restoration scheme. Those greenfield houses will be bulldozed to the ground and the land restored to its natural state - or a few thousands of acres of mono culture with absolutely nothing but a barren field of sock-high wheat or some such. Those dispossessed can make their nest in one of the govt's urban cubicles happy in the knowledge that they have both contributed to the landscape and lead the way for their offspring to follow.

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Absolutely Only Me.

The CPRE are a bunch of total hypocrytes and should be totally ignored unless they move out of the countryside into tiny urban dwellings.

They only exist to maintain the prices and exclusivity of their properties. I cannot understand why prospective FTB don't pick the charity to pieces in the media.

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