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General Consensus On Land Reform

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Over many years reading this site, it's clear to me that the general problem it addresses is land ownership, tenure, sale and purchase financing, and esoteric questions such as why certain structures can or cannot be built in particular geographical locations. No sh1t!

Given this, what kind of a programme would attract a consensus from most HPCers win a variety of different viewpoints? Just a rough list:

1. Abolish the town and country planning acts.

2. Compulsory cadastral land register to adjudicate on disputes and regulate tenure.

3. Compulsory purchase and redistribution of perhaps 20% of land, mostly near he Midlands conurbation and London.

4. End or heavily regulate BTL.

5. End lender forbearance.

6. Make government interference like help to buy, funding for lending constitutionally illegal.

7. End foreign untaxed absent ownership of prime property.

8. Build houses, not flats.

9. End housing benefit.

Anymore for anymore?

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