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Land for the Community
Not since the days when the socialist government declared I we are the masters now' has any measure more odious than this bill been presented to the Hous?,.
This is the view of Hugh Rossi , the Conservative spokesman on Housing and Land, speaking about the Community Land Bill, a bill described by the Municipal Journal as ' probably the most exciting thing to happen to local government in decades ' - and whose radical principles were regarded as a source of pride by John Silkin. the Minister for Planning and Local Government.
Gerald Priestland examines the bill and asks whether this attempt to give the people as a whole the benefit of the rise in land values is efficient and fair, or merely doctrinaire nationalisation.
Producer GREVILLE HAVENBAND

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Unknown: Hugh Rossi
Unknown: John Silkin.
Unknown: Gerald Priestland

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