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RURAL PLANNING BENEFITS WEALTHY

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Rural planning policy is weighted to benefit the rich and make it difficult for smallholders to live off their own ...
Rural planning policy is weighted to benefit the rich and make it difficult for smallholders to live off their own land, claims a feature in The Guardian's Society pages (p4).

The article traces the history of rural planning, from the original intention of 'zoning' of land, which was designed to stop urban sprawl, to its consequences today of keeping all but the wealthy off agricultural land.
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