Public disagree with building new houses on green belt

Green belt land near Cambridgeshire. Credit: ITV News

Just over half of Britons disagree that that more homes should be built on green belt land, even if it meant lower house prices, according to a poll.

In the survey of 2,034 British adults by ITV News and ComRes, 56% disagreed that more houses should be built on the green belt, even if it meant lower house prices.

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