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Slump In Planning Approvals For New Scottish Homes

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Far be it for me to call Cameron either a bare faced liar pushing through this policy to neatly crimp new housing without taking direct responsibility or simply incompetent and not able to push through any meaningful change to planning regulations.

But figures are figures.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-business-14671289

The UK-wide figures, which were compiled by construction research body Glenigan, indicated a total of 29,100 residential units were approved during the second quarter of 2011.

That was a 23% drop on the previous three months, and 26% below a year ago.

http://conservativehome.blogs.com/torydiary/2006/03/is_david_camero.html

"We're reviewing the whole planning system to ensure that local people are more directly involved in shaping the future of their communities; there are clear rewards for welcoming new development; beauty is built into new houses; and house-building plays its part in the broader fight against climate change. Our goal is a Britain in which there are more beautiful, affordable, eco-friendly homes. And I passionately believe that everyone should have the right to own their own home, and have the chance to enhance our own environment. I think you'd have to be bananas to object to that."

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