Mayor should water down London Plan's site-specific viability assessment rules, say inspectors

A draft London Plan policy that would make it harder for developers to test viability on specific sites should only apply where boroughs have up to date local plans, the document's examining inspectors have said.

by John Geoghegan
London: inspectors publish post-examination report (pic: Timelapsed via Flickr)
London: inspectors publish post-examination report (pic: Timelapsed via Flickr)

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