London borough announces plan to ease upwards extensions to boost social housing

A London borough has announced plans to introduce development principles that would allow it to build more upwards extensions on existing residential properties to create "potentially thousands" of new social homes.

by Ben Cooper
Southwark: council wants to ease upwards extensions to boost council homes
Southwark: council wants to ease upwards extensions to boost council homes

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