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22Oct92 UK: HOME BUILDERS HIT BACK AT CPRE CLAIMS.

Claims from the Council for the Protection of Rural England that the Government is allowing too much house building in the South-East were slammed this week as 'totally unsubstantiated' by the House Builders Federation.The CPRE said ministers had not considered the environmental impact of their planning guidance for the region, which calls for 855,000 new homes to be built between 1991 and 2006.It said the house building figures should be applied more flexibly to take account of local ...

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