Head of Housing, Planning & Urban Policy, 2010-2013
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by Alex Morton | Sep 13, 2013Read Publication Policies intended to revive Britain’s ailing high streets are raising the cost of living for hard working families by at least £1,000 a year. Town Centre First, a policy introduced in the mid-1990s, was intended to support the high street by limiting...
by Alex Morton | Mar 14, 2013Read Publication First time buyers and pensioners looking to downsize will be able to benefit from a radically new proposal that allows local people to buy their own plot of land and design their own custom built home. A Right to Build says that councils that fail to...
by Alex Morton | Jan 24, 2013Read Publication This report has been written in conjunction with Create Streets. Demolishing high rise social housing blocks and replacing them with real streets made up of low rise flats and terraced housing would improve the lives of thousands of people who suffer...
by Alex Morton | Dec 28, 2012Read Publication Councils across England have radically reduced their housing targets. This has contributed to a situation where the Coalition could end up presiding over the lowest level of housebuilding since the 1920s. Planning for Less shows that councils are...
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