By Nick Johnstone2011-11-14T09:57:00
The government has identified publicly-owned brownfield sites capable of building 33,500 more homes than the 50,000 already earmarked for its “build now, pay later” scheme, which is intended to boost the housing market and kick-start the economy.
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