How the vote to leave the EU is impacting local plan preparation

Councils are coming under growing pressure to review their housing numbers following the vote to leave the EU, but consultants give short shrift to the idea that Brexit will mean fewer homes need to be built.

by Joey Gardiner
Housebuilding: developers are concerned councils are using Brexit as an excuse to review their housing numbers
Housebuilding: developers are concerned councils are using Brexit as an excuse to review their housing numbers

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