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Motion to save PPG 7 romps home

Participants at the AJ's Great Country House debate last Wednesday concluded overwhelmingly that the 'country house clause' should be saved. The lively discussion at the RIBA's Portland Place headquarters explored the issues behind the government's proposal to scrap the clause, which allows for the building of an isolated house on open countryside where the design is of outstanding quality.

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