Report: Engaging the silent majority

By: Liam Reynolds  Published: March 2015


Summary

This new research provides an invaluable tool to understand the scale of local opposition and the scale of support. It includes the 'silent majority' who want local homes or could be persuaded, but are not active in the planning process. If this silent majority can be given a voice, then the political calculus will shift – both locally and nationally – and the chance of necessary, bold action to build more homes will increase.

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