'Inherent problems at heart of the planning system' threaten 300,000 homes target, say MPs

"Inherent problems at the heart of the housing planning system" are likely to jeopardise the government's 300,000-homes-a-year ambition while the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) "simply does not have the mechanisms in place" to achieve the target, according to a damning report by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC).

by Michael Donnelly
MHCLG: Report queries department's ability to deliver 300,000 target
MHCLG: Report queries department's ability to deliver 300,000 target

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