Neighbours at war: how councils are falling out over housing need

Despite the duty to cooperate, neighbouring authorities are frequently falling out over the thorny issue of meeting housing need. Mark Wilding looks at five of the most recent cases.

by Mark Wilding
New homes: demands causing friction between councils
New homes: demands causing friction between councils

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