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0 Reco 03/09/2007 à 14:32 par lejusteprixaum2

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0 Reco 03/09/2007 à 16:45 par Phyllis24

merci pour ces liens, j'ai lu que les anglais veulent passer à la vitesse supérieure et rendre un maximun de maisons conformes aux exigences environnementales, les anglais se demandent si c'est une démarche "pré-électorale" ou une réelle prise de conscience et une volonté politique

House plans 'will hit green belt'
Wednesday, 15 August 2007,
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/6947138.stm

About two million homes will have to be built on greenfield
sites to meet the prime minister's plans to tackle the housing
shortage, a think tank warns.

Gordon Brown has pledged three million homes will be built by
2020, mainly on previously developed brownfield sites.

But a Social Market Foundation study claims two million homes
would have to be built on undeveloped countryside or green
belt around cities and towns.

The government reiterated that it plans "robust protection" of
the green belt.

Mr Brown has put housing at the top of his agenda since he
became prime minister and announced plans to increase the rate
of new development.