Five things we learned from the Conservative Party conference

The Conservative Party conference saw government ministers set out clear plans to focus on housing by facilitating the neighbourhood planning process, putting pressure on developers to speed up delivery and radically increasing brownfield development.

by John Geoghegan
Javid: tackling the housing crisis is a “moral duty” and will involve taking unpopular decisions (pic: Shutterstock)
Javid: tackling the housing crisis is a “moral duty” and will involve taking unpopular decisions (pic: Shutterstock)

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