- #31: Property Location Rights
- #32: Green belts and the view
- #33: Cheat with parklets
- #34: Pay motorists to give up cars?
- #35: Beware the Gulf Stream weakening
- #36: A better use for brownfield sites
- #37: The public need to know about climate
- #38: Keep telling the public
- #39: Degrowth to save the climate
- #40: Follow the funding
↑ #31 Property Location Rights
Planning permission gives a right to build a house on land.
This is Property Location Right, the right for the house to stay there.
The ONS wrongly value land+PLR as a natural resource.
Land is a natural resource. PLRs are not.
↑ #32 Greenbelts and the view
Green belt policy is usually regarded as the one strong weapon planners have against developers who would destroy our environment; our environment which is free for us all, rich and poor, to enjoy. But, in reality, it
- — Increases in the value of land with planning permission
- — Gives massive rewards to the affluent (owners of property and land)
- — Penalises the poor and the young
- — Rewards those that pollute the most – the affluent
- — Protects green fields of monoculture with little biodiversity
However, they are good for to drive through and look at the view.
↑ #33 Cheat with parklets
↑ #34 Pay motorists to give up cars?
↑ #35 Beware the gulf stream weakening
↑ #36 A better use for brownfield sites
↑ #37 The public need to know about climate
↑ #38 The public need to know about climate
↑ #39 Degrowth to save the climate
↑ #40 Follow the funding
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