Land hoarding claims are 'largely illusory', says report

Claims that developers are hoarding land and holding back development are 'largely illusory', according to a report published today which warns that threatened government action to tackle the perceived problem could 'result in a diminution of planning applications and in due course output'.

by Jamie Carpenter
Construction: report says that measures to boost build-out rates could backfire (picture: Elliott Brown, Flickr)
Construction: report says that measures to boost build-out rates could backfire (picture: Elliott Brown, Flickr)

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