What growing political controversy over permitted development rights mean for the future prospects of the policy

In the wake of Labour's announcement that it will axe permitted development rights allowing offices to be converted into homes, observers say they expect ministers to introduce new restrictions on such rights to appease growing concerns.

by Mark Wilding
Office-resi: Labour says it would reverse controversial policy
Office-resi: Labour says it would reverse controversial policy

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