Why the latest population estimates threaten government housing targets

Population projections for England published last month reveal variations in the rate and distribution of growth that will have major implications for the way housing numbers are handled by local authorities, commentators are suggesting.

by Joey Gardiner
Population: latest projections for England forecast significantly lower growth than previously predicted (Pic: Getty)
Population: latest projections for England forecast significantly lower growth than previously predicted (Pic: Getty)

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