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'critical' Rural Housing Warning

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"Lack of land, "Nimbyism", and planning laws are causing rural social housing shortages and increased homelessness, housing associations are warning.

The National Housing Federation has told the government's Affordable Rural Housing Commission that the situation is now critical."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4474030.stm - [Yes! the BBC! Wow!]

A bit late in the day to be saying this now!!

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"Lack of land, "Nimbyism", and planning laws are causing rural social housing shortages and increased homelessness, housing associations are warning.

The National Housing Federation has told the government's Affordable Rural Housing Commission that the situation is now critical."

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4474030.stm - [Yes! the BBC! Wow!]

A bit late in the day to be saying this now!!

That is why we need a recession, to create the old level playing field. Rural villages were sold on to those who worked locally and were succumb to the less competitive salaries which created a whole economy of its own. Now you have wannabe farmer romantics buying up properties in picturesque communities who visit once a year and contribute nothing to the common good of the area. Second homes need to be penalised and Labour are fools for not picking up on this. Conservatives get some stick but this govt has done more for the so called 'elitism' than Conservatism ever did and how dare they say they are for the common good.

What can I do? I serverely want a revolution cos my precious land is sinking...

Edited by No Muggy Bear

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