Over the past 20 years, house prices in England have risen
considerably in real terms. This report details the results of an
investigation into the extent to which land supply and the
operation of the planning system have affected house prices since
1970. The study is directed around four inter-relating elements:
the planning system, the land market, new housing production and
the housing market. Using four case study areas, in different
regions, the conclusions are framed around the elements listed
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