A very stupid decision by both Haringey and the inspectorate, depriving local people of affordable homes just because they are single. Unbelievable.
A very weird comment which should bring the conversation to a close.
Yes; what was discussed was what happens over a period of time in a particular area where there are local plans and heritage contexts, but no overall property control or formal masterplan. Does what emerges look as though it might have been the result of a masterplan? It was an interesting conversation.
Happily I am not standing for election. Experience suggests that manifesto pledges/promises/commitments don't mean much in practice, so forgive me for not responding in detail. I have frequently expressed my views about the failure of the political class in respect of housing, and as mentioned I believe a national policy on land use would be useful in addressing that issues, as well as environmental matters.
Thank you for your constructive comments.