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A brief history of land

How have we arrived at our current patterns of land ownership and tenure in England and Wales? Francesca Perry offers a potted history’

When we consider ‘land reform’ we might think first about the ownership of land which, across most of Britain, is concentrated in relatively few hands. But land issues land do not necessarily turn on who owns it, but how it is owned – and why. 

Land reform itself is concerned with questions of access, management, use and development rights, as well as ownership. But.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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