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the u. k. government is allowing a double boost for britain's economy two days after the budget new plans to spur home building and also tackle the country's productivity problem where going interviews unusable system , which would effectively give automatic planning commission , like the one behind me , homes that are needed , council fails to produce a suitable local plan , town holes that drag their feet on planning decisions could even be , few dispute that new measures a desperately needed , in recent years the country has produced about calls the number of new homes that it needs , that's one reason why house prices have sparkled in the crowded southeast , but ministers hope the measures will also boost productivity the amount produced per worker , britain lags far behind peers on productivity , the treasury says the economy would be about a third big guy if we could match u. s. rates , even so the new plans a short to encounter fierce opposition , britain is a nation of proud homeowners who don't take kindly to new developments in that backyard