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The Government has since 2010 dramatically slashed grants for building homes for social rent while concentrating on the more expensive “affordable” rent model.

This has increased overall housing output but also housing costs for tenants.

Social housing has also been sold off under the Right to Buy programme, with an estimated 40 per cent of council flats sold under the scheme now rented out by private landlords across the UK, according to research published earlier this year by Inside Housing magazine.

Critics of the Green Belt policy, introduced in the 1947 Town and Country Planning Act, say it restricts the supply of homes in areas of high demand and created artificially high house prices in cities.

When the policy was first introduced councils built large numbers of homes for rent, but this construction has dropped off dramatically since the 1980s with private developers now responsible for construction.

Supporters of green belts say the urban sprawl built in the 1920s and 1930s did not produce liveable communities and that housing can be built in a properly-planned way without getting rid of green belt laws.

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