What the Corbyn victory could mean for shadow planning and housing policy

Shadow planning and housing policies including a return to regional strategies, a tax on undeveloped land that has planning permission and a reversal of the government's relaxation of permitted development rules could be introduced under the new Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

by Michael Donnelly
Jeremy Corbyn (pic The Weekly Bull via Flickr)
Jeremy Corbyn (pic The Weekly Bull via Flickr)

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