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"The Telegraph has established that more than 9,000 acres of land – an area the same size as the city of Gloucester – is set to be removed from the Green Belt by local authorities, following the Coalition’s controversial planning reforms.
"At least 40 per cent of councils with green belt land in their areas have already redrawn, or plan to alter, the boundaries of the protected areas, in an attempt to meet demand for housing and development." [Er. There isn't any great demand in the economy, is there?]