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The housing crisis is at the heart of our national nervous breakdown, John Harris,[1] Oct 28

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Sir David Attenborough calls for new planning laws to protect nature,[2] Oct 7

More than a quarter of UK mammals face extinction,[3] Oct 3

Why building 300,000 houses per year won't solve the housing crisis – and what will,[4] Aug 28

Jan-Jun 2019[edit | edit source]

'Filled to bursting with trees, woods and nature reserves': greening the Green Belt by Friends of the Earth Innovation team,[5] Jun 12

Green Belt: the development pressure ramps up again,[6] Feb 4

2018[edit | edit source]

If we value rural Britain, we can't build houses all over it, Simon Jenkins, Aug 6[7]

2017[edit | edit source]

Kent targeted to take huge housing hit, Sep 27[8]

Households in southern England urged to save water after dry winter, May 5[9]

2015[edit | edit source]

Set up to fail, November 16[10]

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