The planning system in this country is woefully outdated. In the hands of inefficient councils, it’s led to a shocking lack of housing, and when they are built, new developments are often ugly and inadequate.
That’s why the TaxPayers’ Alliance and Adam Smith Institute are calling on the government to give streets a say on new housing. Instead of sluggish local authorities making costly case-by-case decisions, we should create a network of ‘microdemocracies’ to guarantee local people good quality, well designed, and more attractive homes.
This consultation is your chance to give residents a voice on what happens in their communities. By giving streets a say, you can help build more homes in places people actually want to live.
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