We all listen to the basics in the budget but did you listen to the end. Here are a few important details some of us may have missed.
Reforming the planning regime, including establishing a powerful new presumption in favour of sustainable development so that the default answer to development is "yes"
Opening up more land for development by removing nationally imposed targets, while maintaining the greenbelt
Piloting new land auctions, starting with public sector land
Streamlining planning applications, including a 12-month guarantee for processing all applications and appeals and a fast track for major infrastructure projects
A consultation on proposals to make it easier to convert commercial premises to residential
Scrap proposals for specific regulations which would have cost business over £350m a year, including not extending the right to request time to train to businesses with fewer than 250 employees and not bringing forward dual discrimination rules
A moratorium exempting micro (fewer than ten employees) and start-up businesses from new domestic regulation for three years from 1 April 2011
An extension of capital allowances short life asset regime for plant and machinery from four to eight years, from April 2011, to bring forward investment in new equipment;
11 Enterprise Zones across England, with simplified planning rules, superfast broadband and tax breaks for businesses, with local areas to bid for a further 10
A new £250m scheme that, in England, will offer over 10,000 first time buyers an equity investment of 20 per cent towards the deposit on new-build homes and reforms to the stamp duty land tax treatment of 'bulk' purchases of residential property
An increase in capital available to the Green Investment Bank to £3bn