Essex council demands swift government action to resolve standard method uncertainty

An Essex council has written to the government urging it to 'act swiftly and decisively' to provide 'clarity' on revisions to its standard method for calculating housing need, after the authority found that its five-year land supply position had 'dramatically jumped from 3.9 years to 5.83 years' in the wake of new household projection figures.

by Michael Donnelly
Braintree: council writes to minister over standard method uncertainty
Braintree: council writes to minister over standard method uncertainty

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