Permission in principle could be used to boost housing delivery by one in four councils in the most under-performing areas

A quarter of published housing delivery test (HDT) action plans for significantly under-delivering areas say permission in principle could be used to help boost housebuilding, according to research by Planning.

by David Dewar
Housing delivery: one in four councils considering using permission in principle to speed up delivery
Housing delivery: one in four councils considering using permission in principle to speed up delivery

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