Last quote by Guy Shrubsole
There is a clear public interest in better understanding the issue of empty homes in London's over-heated property market, why they are being bought and left empty, and where the money is coming from.feedback
Aug 01 2017
We found 5 articles in which Guy Shrubsole said something. The most recent Guy Shrubsole’s quote is: “We've launched our New Domesday project to draw attention to how huge tracts of land are owned by a small number of people and organisations, and appeal for more information to complete the picture.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Guy Shrubsole 7 times. On this page, you will find all of Guy Shrubsole’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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Quotes by Guy Shrubsole
May 22 2017
We've launched our New Domesday project to draw attention to how huge tracts of land are owned by a small number of people and organisations, and appeal for more information to complete the picture.feedback
Apr 04 2017
The new figures show a startling divide in flood defence spending – the wealthy south-east gets protected while poorer communities in East Anglia have to sink or swim. Some of the differences are down to where flood risk is highest. But this also raises questions about whether the government's system for allocating flood defence funding is skewed towards wealthier regions and households. As climate change drives up rainfall and sea levels, we need to protect all Britons against flooding, not just those deemed economically important by a cold cost-benefit calculation.feedback
Apr 03 2017
If Ineos got their way, the petrochemicals industry wouldn't bear any of the costs of cleaning up their carbon pollution.feedback
Mar 20 2017
Secrecy surrounds much of the country’s land ownership. It’s time for the Land Registry database to be completed and opened up to all. “The ownership of land,” wrote the 19th-century radical economist Henry George, “is the great fundamental fact which ultimately determines the social, the political and … the moral condition of a people.”.feedback
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