Tomorrow's places: a plan for building a generation of new millennial towns on the edge of London

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Airey, Jack; Blakeway, Richard
Policy Exchange
Date of publication
11 March 2019
Community Development and Regeneration, Housing and Homelessness
Social welfare
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In order to address the shortage of homes in and around London, the Policy Exchange believe that a new government Department for Growth should work with the Mayor of London and partner directly with developers to build 15 new millennial towns in the capital’s commuter belt. Each new millennial town built should meet public demands for more beautiful housing development, increase people’s access to green space while improving its quality and maintaining its level of planning protection; and, provide millennials discounted home ownership.

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