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Rural areas risk becoming “enclaves of the affluent” unless the government tackles pressing issues such as the lack of affordable housing, poor local services and the provision of decent infrastructure, according to a coalition of leading national organisations. The Rural Coalition, which includes the NFU, the Country Land and Business Association, the Campaign to Protect Rural England and the Town and Country Planning Association, is also urging ministers to “up their rural proofing game” on Brexit. See also: Planning rules […]
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