The new Regional Development Agencies have no democratic legitimacy Read more.
Category: landrights & planning
Hong Kong’s financial difficulties are partly due to land speculation. Britain has the same unhealthy patterns Read more.
Charging for access to our national monuments reduces the poor to trespassers in their own nation Read more.
John Gummer presides over the Government’s starkest conflict of interest Read more.
If MPs really want to repeal the statute of limitations, they’ll find themselves in deeper water than they think Read more.
Britain’s archaeology is being obliterated – often with the help of archaeologists – yet hardly anyone seems to care Read more.
Many of the world’s most pressing problems arise from the enclosure of land. Read more.
Land use in Britain will always work against us, until we demand control over the decisions which govern it Read more.
The National Trust must lose its attachment to aristocratic values Read more.
The decision to build a road takes place before the public inquiry begins Read more.
Britain’s landlords are trespassing against our right to enjoy the countryside Read more.
Our treatment of gypsies and travellers reveals Little England at its worst: mean-spirited, vindictive and narrow-minded. Read more.
Review of Slide Mountain, or The Folly of Owning Nature, by Theodore Steinberg Read more.