Council to legally challenge inspector's housing target change following land supply examination

One of the first councils in the country that sought to confirm its annual housing land supply position via a new national policy route is set to take court action after accusing the inspector examining its position statement of 'unlawfully' ruling that that the authority must increase its local plan housing target because its land supply fell short.

by Colin Marrs
Lytham Saint Annes, Fylde (pic: Steve Daniels, Geograph)
Lytham Saint Annes, Fylde (pic: Steve Daniels, Geograph)

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