Planners should ignore latest household projections when using standard method, MHCLG proposes

Planners should ignore the latest household growth projections when assessing their housing need and instead use the figures published two years ago, the government has announced in its much-anticipated proposed changes to its new standard method.

by John Geoghegan
New consultation launched: MHCLG headquarters in Marsham Street, London. Pic: Steve Cadman, Flickr
New consultation launched: MHCLG headquarters in Marsham Street, London. Pic: Steve Cadman, Flickr

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