The acid test for the North East's new devolved powers

Experts question whether the strategic planning arrangements in new devolution deals will be sufficient to resolve simmering tensions over housing numbers between authorities in the North East.

by Colin Marrs
Newcastle: North East local authority lacks sufficient space to meet its housing need within its own boundary
Newcastle: North East local authority lacks sufficient space to meet its housing need within its own boundary

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