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January 19, 2018

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Monday, January 15, 2018

LI invites member input to housing white paper response

The LI is preparing a written response to the Government consultation on the 2017 Housing White Paper, Fixing our Broken Housing Marketand invites contributions from LI members.

Responses from members working in local authorities, and landscape consultants acting on their behalf, are particularly welcome.

The LI will confine its response to the sections of the White Paper that are relevant to landscape, and seeks general views about ways the landscape profession could help to speed up the delivery of new housing. The following questions in the document are of particular pertinence:

  • Q4 (especially points b and c)
  • Q7
  • Q8 (especially points a, b, c, e and f)
  • Q9
  • Q10 (points b and f)
  • Q11
  • Q13 (points a, b, c and d)
  • Q15
  • Q35 (points a and b)
  • Q36

Answers to any or all of these questions would be appreciated. Members should email their responses to policy@landscapeinstitute.org before midday on Friday 21 April.

 

Download the full consultation (.pdf)

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