Labour housing report moots plan to tighten affordable housing obligations

Measures to tighten the obligations of developers to fund more new social homes through the planning system could form part of a programme to deliver up to 100,000 affordable public homes a year, according to a discussion report by Labour's new shadow housing and planning minister.

by Jamie Carpenter
John Healey: appointed shadow housing and planning minister earlier this month
John Healey: appointed shadow housing and planning minister earlier this month

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