New projections give 'overnight' housing land supply boost to councils with out-of-date plans, say consultants

New household projections that project a much lower rate of growth than previously expected has meant some authorities without an up-to-date local plan now meet the required five-year housing land supply, consultants have said.

by Joey Gardiner and John Geoghegan
Housing land supply: affected by new household projections
Housing land supply: affected by new household projections

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