City of London voices opposition to vacant building credit

The City of London Corporation has joined Westminster City Council in voicing its opposition to the government's new vacant building credit, warning that the policy could mean it loses around £8 million a year in affordable housing contributions.

by Pennie Varvarides
City of London: stated opposition to vacant building credit (image: Michael Garnett, Flickr)
City of London: stated opposition to vacant building credit (image: Michael Garnett, Flickr)

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