Saving the clause could catalyse the changing role of the countryside
It has been an exciting week for The Architects' Journal. Working on a magazine, even one that has as close a relationship with its readers as we do, can be frustrating. We write, we argue, but how much effect do we actually have? Normally, we have to measure our influence indirectly. How good it is, then, to be able to see a tangible result - a U-turn in government policy as the result of a campaign by the AJ. Planning minister Keith Hill said that the AJ should be 'very proud of its ...
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