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BBC reported on Thursday, 16 September, 2004, 05:22 GMT 06:22 UK :
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“Government plans to build nearly 500,000 homes in eastern counties were approved by a regional assembly.
The planning panel of the East of England Regional Assembly gave the go-ahead to proposals for 478,000 extra homes. The aim is to build them in a corridor between Stansted in Essex and Peterborough over the next 17 years.”
(The Journal, 16th October 2004)
“Under the scheme, 23,900 homes a year would be constructed in the region. The bulk are earmarked for Essex, but tens of thousands are also due to be built in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire.”
(Independent 16th October 2004)
“The country is in a grip of a housing crises so severe that doing nothing is no longer an option. Yes, we need more housing.’ Jim Coulter, Chairman, National Housing Federation.”
(BBC News Online, 15th October 2004)
“Government proposals to build nearly 500,000 new homes in Eastern England were approved by regional planners yesterday… It is planned that about 60 percent of the new development will take place on brown field sites that are already used for housing, but the rest would be built on Greenfield undeveloped land.”
(The Times, 16th October)
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