What we can expect from the new planning green paper

The government's promised planning green paper later this year is likely to focus on using existing tools to speed up the system but risks being sidelined or even shelved amid political changes at the top, observers predict.

by David Dewar
Housing minister Kit Malthouse
Housing minister Kit Malthouse

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