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Groombridge Land stay close to the borders of Kent and Sussex. In fact, some part of Groombridge actually falls over into the adjoining county and hence there is some local controversy about whether it should remain as it is or should absorbed by one of the two counties.
The Government’s plans for a major house-building programme are based on the insidious belief that increasing the volume of land availability is the most important way to go aboard upon the calamity of unaffordable housing in the UK. Considering this view of the Government, many land banking firms of London have incorporated themselves in the business of selling greenbelt land to the general public. This is being done in the anticipation of obtaining huge returns from the land, once the Government grants planning permission
Groombridge Land is surrounded by greenbelt and undeveloped barren land. considerate development of this kind of land would help in creating jobs opportunities in rural areas, and by increasing supply of land the house prices would become affordable to new buyers who are young and belong to low earning category.
Hence the Government should take the initiative to bring down the ever increasing price of residential and commercial land by providing planning permission on the un-developed greenbelt and green field.
About the Author: The author is a Land Expert based in the UK.