How the government is advising councils to compensate for green belt land release

New planning guidance explains how plan-makers should seek compensation from promoters for land released from the green belt for development. Commentators believe it will help councils secure key planning benefits, while some predict that it could smooth the path for more green belt release.

by John Geoghegan
Green belt: new guidance published last week
Green belt: new guidance published last week

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