What the draft Welsh national plan means for housing

The Welsh government's new draft spatial planning blueprint for the principality lays out ambitious development goals for the next 20 years, but both its overall and affordable housing need figures have prompted concerns.

by Ben Cooper
Welsh Government building, Cardiff (Credit: Getty Images UK)
Welsh Government building, Cardiff (Credit: Getty Images UK)

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