ArgSemSAT@AIFdb

ArgSemSAT@AIFdb connects to the ArgSemSAT API, developed by Federico Cerutti, Mauro Vallati and Massimiliano Giacomin to evaluate AIFdb nodesets under Dung-style semantics. For details see the main reference:

Federico Cerutti, Massimiliano Giacomin and Mauro Vallati. ArgSemSAT: Solving Argumentation Problems using SAT. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Computational Models of Argument (COMMA 2014), IOS Press, 2014.


Result for Nodeset 11407 under grounded semantics

Acceptable conclusions (Hide)
there is just not the model at the moment

the green belt isn't necessarily a thing

we're just not building the houses

we can tear the green belt up and remake a different policy better-suited to our needs

the only people who actually argue for development on the green belt are developers

there is just not the model at the moment

there is just not the model at the moment

there is just not the model at the moment

there is just not the model at the moment

we've got a problem

Tom Fyans doesn't think that if you opened up the green belt area that is so valuable to many people, that the housing market would adapt itself to enable affordable houses to be built in the areas that people want to live in

that's a land market problem that we've got

developers want the green belt

we're just not building the houses

that's a land market problem that we've got

if it's a constraint, we should take away the constraint that should stop affordable houses being built in the right places

that's a land market problem that we've got

you don't get that support for that type of housing in communities across the country at the moment

developers do want to tear it up

that's a land market problem that we've got

the green belt isn't necessarily a thing

developers want the green belt

we're just not building the houses

we're just not building the houses

we're just not building the houses

there is just not the model at the moment

then the developer benefits from that by then building unaffordable houses

it's been a very successful constraint

if the green belt is cheap, than certainly by opening up the entire area, you're gonna create the idea and the ability to create affordable homes in that area

as George Buskell already outlined, we live in a very different society

when you get planning permission on a piece of land, it goes up in value about 300 times

we've built less than 200 thousand homes a year consistently for the last 10, 20 years

by opening up the entire area, we could create the idea and the ability to create affordable homes in that area if we had a house building sector that could build houses

the constraint in supply is often made intentionally by some of the developers

Tom Fyans is not disputing we've got a serious affordability problem

that's an economic problem

it's a constraint

Tom Fyans would love that to be the right case in some ways

the green belt was created in 1955

developers actually want to increase their profit margins

there's a constraint in supply

it's not just about creating the homes for people who want them, but they need to be in the right area

the green belt is manmade

community don't benefit at all

the green belt is cheap

the green belt is created by humans

it's just not true that the green belt is the easy bogeyman

you can tear the green belt up and remake a different policy better-suited to our needs

councils are not allowed to borrow money to build social or affordable housing

the landowner benefits from that

it's not really the green belt is often the easy bogeyman

there's a material shortage

developers are not bothered by the environmental benefits that we have as users when we use the green belt

communities don't benefit from that

there's a skill shortage

common sense says you don't want to pay for the countryside next door to where most of your urban population live

developers are arguing all the time that we can tear the green belt up and remake a different policy better-suited to our needs
Unacceptable or undecided conclusions (Hide)
we don't have a housing market that's delivering affordable homes

if you opened up the green belt area that is so valuable to many people, that the housing market would adapt itself to enable affordable houses to be built in the areas that people want to live in


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