Poorly-designed housing approved on appeal 'is fatally undermining NPPF'

Councils are rejecting poorly-designed housing schemes only to see them approved on appeal, "fatally" undermining the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), according to a study that also found the quality of new homes to be overwhelmingly "mediocre" or "poor".

by Mark Wilding
New homes: report critical of design quality
New homes: report critical of design quality

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