Readers will need little reminding about the government's attitude to that other principled piece of planning guidance introduced by John Gummer in the early 1990s, that is to say the possibility of building a country house (plus landscape design) if the proposal is good enough. The great egalitarian John Prescott, who loves hobnobbing with the Prince of Wales over design codes drawn up for millionaire communities in the US to keep the proles out, is determined that individuals in the ...
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