What is happening here?
The UK government was able to support the nation's suffering homebuilding industry by sacrificing the country's future environmental health and access to clean water.
Why does this matter?
With rising mortgage rates discouraging prospective purchasers from settling down, British home builders currently lack any incentive. This has only served to exacerbate England's housing crisis, as the nation is currently constructing the fewest brand-new homes per year since the 1920s, far below official targets. Fortunately, it transpires that there is one arbitrary, pointless barrier we could ignore: environmental protection. Earlier this year, a group that represents developers said that regulations intended to protect Britain's rivers were preventing the construction of thousands of homes. The program, which was originally acquired from the European Union, is now apparently being scrapped by the government, seemingly in agreement that no higher good should be allowed to interfere with a person's ability to unwind on an L-shaped couch while taking in a beautiful view of the countryside.
Why ought I to care?
The move will undoubtedly cause tons of contaminants to overwhelm Britain's rivers, which might have disastrous long-term environmental effects. But with the possibility of a little advantage in the homebuilding industry on the line, the government was left with only one choice. You could doubt the nation's commitment to the environment if you also keep in mind that it abandoned plans to require landlords to insulate their energy-inefficient properties. However, with the public divided on proposals like making London the largest low-emission zone in the world, politicians are recognizing they can trade environmental good acts for something far more crucial: votes.
One of the perks of Brexit-induced freedom from the European Union is the government's decision to ignore environmental protection regulations. You're aware of that envious list: the departure of hundreds of thousands of crucial people, the sluggishness of global trade, and the disappearance of foreign investment.
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