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The bottomless pit that is the government

I was interested to learn about the charges at Milton Keynes (NCE 8 November). If my arithmetic is correct, £300M divided by 15,000 homes equals £20,000 per dwelling.
How does this equate to building more affordable homes? Doesn't the government take enough revenue from motorists to fund roads?

BOB ASTLEY, consultant, Structural Design Partnership, bob@structural-design.co.uk

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