New delivery test and standard method boost housing land supply positions, consultancy finds

The impact of the new housing delivery test combined with the new standard method of assessing housing need is likely to boost many councils' land supply positions, particularly outside London, new research shows.

by John Geoghegan
Ben Frodsham, associate director at Indigo Planning, at the Planning for Housing conference
Ben Frodsham, associate director at Indigo Planning, at the Planning for Housing conference

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