London politicians attack 'catastrophic' vacant building credit

A cross-party group of London politicians has called on planning minister Brandon Lewis to immediately suspend the new vacant building credit, which reduces planning gain liabilities on vacant stock.

by Jamie Carpenter
Jowell: has signed letter calling for immediate suspension of vacant building credit (Third Sector/David Devins)
Jowell: has signed letter calling for immediate suspension of vacant building credit (Third Sector/David Devins)

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