Goverment 'considering planning obligation deferments to ease pandemic impact on housebuilders'

Reports that the government is considering "deferring the payment of planning obligations and extending planning permissions that may otherwise lapse" as part of a range of measures to ease the impact of the coronavirus lockdown on the housebuilding industry feature in today's newspaper round-up.

by Michael Donnelly

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