Greenfield land should only be developed in 'the most exceptional circumstances', says McVey

Housing and planning minister Esther McVey has said that "greenfield land" should be developed only in "the most exceptional circumstances" and has recommitted the government to meeting its annual 300,000 homes target and delivering its anticipated Accelerated Planning Green Paper.

by Michael Donnelly
Housing and planning minister Esther McVey (pic: Getty Images)
Housing and planning minister Esther McVey (pic: Getty Images)

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