From our Swindon Correspondent:
From the Times
“Urban planning since the war has at times been a disaster,” he writes. “It is little wonder people are sceptical of new housing. It is a logical response to unimaginative development and poor planning.
If we liberated land, we would have more competition for housing, more self-builds. People could choose to build a design to their dreams rather than a dreary box. Or developers could go wild with something adventurous like an art deco revival. Boring houses would be unsold as there would be plenty of supply and the market would become more innovative.