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Join us in support of good design in the countryside - whatever the style

Two weeks ago the AJ broke the news that the government is considering revising PPG 7, to delete the clause that allows one-off large houses to be built in the countryside provided they are of outstanding quality (AJ 8.5.03). The response has been overwhelming. The Observer ran the story on 11 May (blaming the change of heart on a character in radio's The Archers), and the matter has been widely discussed among the architectural community as a whole.

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