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The rooms / buildings  & gardens also need to be of a decent size
Over 1m new homes could be built over the next decade if each of the 353 councils in England built just one garden village of 3,000 new houses.   A new report by think tank Policy Exchange argues that a future government can overcome local opposition to development by devolving powers to set up new garden villages from Whitehall to councils.  As part of a quid-pro-quo, councils agreeing to build new garden villages sufficient to meet their housing need would be allowed to rule out having development around existing communities forced on them through appeal.
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