London property body calls for reopening of affordable housing negotiations to tackle pandemic impacts

A body representing central London property owners, developers and advisors has written to the government seeking a raft of changes to the planning system in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, including measures to allow previously-agreed affordable housing numbers to be renegotiated.

by Michael Donnelly
The City of London (pic: Getty)
The City of London (pic: Getty)

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