Reducing EU red-tape key to housing boom
Daniel Freeman writes for the Evening Standard
Matthew Lesh quoted by CityAM
Matthew Lesh quoted by the Telegraph
The Telegraph quoted:
“The relaxation of nutrient neutrality rules is a crucial step towards addressing the housing crisis. These rules held back tens of thousands of homes for little environmental benefit. The key culprit in river pollution is intensive farming, housing and sewage make a relatively small contribution.
“These rules mean one fewer reason that local councils must reject housebuilding.
“But there are countless fiddly rules and processes holding back much-needed homes and infrastructure. A government serious about economic growth must go much further and much faster to unshackle the British people.”
You can read the full article here. Matthew’s comment was also featured in the Sun.