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Growth areassearch for term
There are four growth areasGlossary: There are four growth areas in England, which were outlined in the government's 2003 Sustainable Communities Plan. These are geographical areas where a substantial proportion of new housing will be built


in England, which were outlined in the government's 2003 Sustainable CommunitiesGlossary: Sustainable communities meet the social, economic and environmental needs of existing residents without reducing the same opportunities for future generations Plan. These are geographical areas where a substantial proportion of new housing will be built
Growth Pointssearch for term
Growth PointsGlossary: Growth Points are areas identified by the central government department of Communities and Local Government (CLG) as being suitable for housing development. are areas identified by the central government department of Communities and Local Government (CLGGlossary: is a shortened name for the central government of Communities and Local Government) as being suitable for housing development.