Minister vows to end segregated play areas in all new housing in England

James Brokenshire says developers should no longer be able to build play areas only accessible to people in more expensive properties

The government has announced it will follow Sadiq Khan, the mayor of London, in banning segregated play spaces in all new housing developments across England.

James Brokenshire, the minister for communities, told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme that he was appalled by the examples of segregation he had seen and linked the issue to wider concerns about “poor doors”.

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