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Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Daily Telegraph: "Opponents to planning reforms are Nimbys, says IoD head Simon Walker"

Link to Daily Telegraph

"Simon Walker, director general of the Institute of Directors, said that the Government should stick with its reforms to boost house building and bring down prices.

"Ministers want to replace over 1,200 pages of planning guidance with a new 52 page document called the National Planning Policy Framework to clear away red tape and to stimulate development and economic growth.

"Campaigners including the National Trust are worried that the plans will put communities at risk of large scale development [in] parts of rural England."

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