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Massive Fall In Land Prices?

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Happened to speak to someone at work today for the first time. He's in charge of purchasing land in the hope that planning permission is later given to build new homes, it's called land locking, has a budget of around £7 million a year working for a housing association. He not in charge of pencils or filing, he's head of the department. Anywhoo, he claims that land has fallen around 30% since October 2007 and is still falling.

I'm not sure how this directly links with house prices, e.g land down 30% means house prices down x%, but I thought it was interesting nevertheless :)

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