Residential PD rights have produced some "very bad examples", Jenrick admits

The government has "learned from some of the concerns" of the introduction of office-to-residential permitted development (PD) rights, the housing secretary has said, as he admitted that the controversial relaxation of planning rules has produced some "very bad examples".

by John Geoghegan
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick speaking at the Institute of Economic Affairs Conservative Party Conference fringe event
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick speaking at the Institute of Economic Affairs Conservative Party Conference fringe event

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