London Plan examiners 'recommend that 65,000-home annual target is cut by 20 per cent'

The Planning Inspectorate (PINS) has provisionally recommended that the mayor of London slashes the proposed housing target in the new draft London Plan from 65,000 homes per year to 52,000, according to press reports.

by Michael Donnelly
London mayor Sadiq Khan
London mayor Sadiq Khan

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