Over half of local plans support self-build but many policies are 'vague', says report

More than half of all English local planning authorities have, or are developing, local plan policies that support custom and self-build homes, but many of such policies are "vague," according to research by the Right to Build Task Force.

by Michael Donnelly
Self-build: local plan policy support up (pic: Getty)
Self-build: local plan policy support up (pic: Getty)

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