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This Map Shows How 130,000 Houses Could Be Built In London On Land Owned By The Nhs, Councils, And Government

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The London Land Commission (LLC), a body set up by the Mayor of London to identify public sector land that could be redeveloped into houses, says at least 130,000 new homes could be built on surplus public sector land in the capital. [More at link]


http://uk.businessinsider.com/london-land-commission-130000-homes-could-be-built-on-surplus-public-sector-land-2016-1?r=US&IR=T

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What, so it can be rented out to ten Eastern European immigrants per household? That's all that will happen. You know it & I know it.

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300k more lucky souls can use an even busier transport network, crowd into even busier parks, queue even longer at shops and doctors, and compete even harder for low skill low wage entry level jobs.

Is there any rationale beyond more = better behind this?

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300k more lucky souls can use an even busier transport network, crowd into even busier parks, queue even longer at shops and doctors, and compete even harder for low skill low wage entry level jobs.

Is there any rationale beyond more = better behind this?

Yes: people don't understand yet why house prices are so high, building houses makes people think something is being done in the meantime.

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Obviously it's gonna have social housing.

What's that? Affordable housing too?

Ah, yes 350000 for a share of a 1 bedder with a fat HTB loan at 40 percent. Yes please!

Because as Davey knows, average jobs for the peasants @ 90k a year, are so plentiful.

Bargain Housing. One Nation under HPI.

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How about taller buildings, with mixed use office and residential. That way we can have more parks, shop, doctors, and people can commute to work on foot or by elevator.

Works elsewhere, but would never happen in the UK.

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