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Asked if the Prime Minister could gives assurances that greenbelt land would stay as greenbelt land as more housing developments were expected to be announced tomorrow, the PMS replied that we could give that assurance. We were not proposing any changes to the very robust protections to greenbelt land. Environmental protection was central to the plans for new housing, all new homes would be zero-carbon by 2016, and there would be new eco-towns and villages to lead the way for greener and more affordable housing. We had already increased the amount of greenbelt land, and were not proposing changes to the robust protections that apply to greenbelt land.

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