'Large chunks' of country will be subject to delivery test presumption penalty in two years' time, conference told

"Large chunks" of the country are likely to become subject to the new housing delivery test's most severe penalty - the presumption in favour of sustainable development - by November 2020, a Planning Advisory Service (PAS) conference was told.

by David Dewar
New homes: delivery test intended to boost delivery
New homes: delivery test intended to boost delivery

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