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Share's fair: How 'land value sharing' can underpin fairer societies

Words: Hugh Barton

Hugh Barton argues that if we're to build healthy, sustainable settlements we need to change our attitude to land and its development

Land is the fundamental asset on which humans (and other creatures) depend. The way it is distributed, planned, developed and managed – its governance – determines the nature of human settlements and affects the well-being of the population.

Deeply embedded cultural attitudes to land shape the actions of decision-makers. These attitudes, translated into political ideology, var.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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