McVey asks council to 'prioritise' brownfield development due to plan's green belt release

The housing minister has written to a Nottinghamshire council "seeking further reassurance" that due to the level of green belt release proposed in its emerging local plan it will "prioritise" development on brownfield land "going forward", despite recognising that a planning inspector has just found the strategy to be sound.

by Michael Donnelly
Housing and planning minister Esther McVey
Housing and planning minister Esther McVey

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