The green belt in the UK was actually first proposed in 1935 by the Greater London Regional Planning Committee. Then, an act that was passed in 1947, called the Town and Country Planning act, allowed authorties to include green belt proposals into their development plans.
Modern recognition of the Green Belt was born in 1955 from the Ministry of Housing and Local Government. The most recent revision was done in 1995. Currently, the Green Belt is facing opposition from the Government’s housing policy. The only way to extend in the South East area is by way of Green Belt elimination.
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