Threatened Wirral Council rows back on green belt releases in wake of new household projections

A North West council threatened with central government intervention in its local plan process is seeking to row back on proposals to release almost 50 green belt sites for homes in the wake of new household projections that it says has slashed its housing need.

by Michael Donnelly
Wallasey Town Hall, Wirral (pic: Ruth via Flickr)
Wallasey Town Hall, Wirral (pic: Ruth via Flickr)

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