Over 2,000 English villages 'overlooked for homes due to outdated assessment criteria'

Council assessments which measure how suitable villages are for expansion as part of the local plan process are based on criteria 'more akin to how previous generations lived and used services', meaning many villages that could be suitable for development are overlooked, a report has said.

by Michael Donnelly
Villages: report calls for more homes to be allowed
Villages: report calls for more homes to be allowed

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