Hampshire council says it will "tear up" draft local plan over standard method

Fareham Borough Council has announced that it will "tear up" its draft local plan and start again due to a 30 per cent increase in homes required by the government's new standard method for calculating housing need.

by Colin Marrs
Hamble Estuary, Fareham. Image by Anguskirk, Flickr
Hamble Estuary, Fareham. Image by Anguskirk, Flickr

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