Why the failure of two out of three councils to fix their housing land supply may deter others from trying

Of the first tranche of councils seeking to protect their housing land supply from appeal challenges for a year via a new policy route, only one has succeeded. Some observers say the difficulties experienced by this first wave may put off other authorities from embarking on the process this year.

by Adam Branson
PINS: Body rejects councils' efforts to fix housing land supply for a year
PINS: Body rejects councils' efforts to fix housing land supply for a year

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