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AJ publisher Paul Finch listed a series of myths about the task of regenerating cities, peddled by those in love with sprawl, greenfield development and car use (the latter to be restricted to the rich via road pricing as well as penal petrol duties). A selection of the myths includes. 1) Central city populations are falling - not in London they're not. 2) Decontaminating land is too expensive to contemplate. Untrue.