Freed from back yard politics, localism could rescue communities

What is localism? Is it a good or bad concept? And how can property embrace one of the defining traits of the new coalition government? Localism isn’t universally popular in property circles, but let’s start by examining the regional and centralised systems it looks set to replace.

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