Threatened Wirral Council urges MHCLG to allow it to use lower household projections

A council undergoing Whitehall scrutiny of its local plan process has said it is lobbying the government to allow it to use September's lower household growth figures that would see the district's housing need drop by two-fifths.

by John Geoghegan
Wallasey Town Hall, Wirral Council's headquarters. Pic: Rept0n1x, Wikipedia
Wallasey Town Hall, Wirral Council's headquarters. Pic: Rept0n1x, Wikipedia

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