Coronavirus impact set 'to become key issue in arguments over five-year land supplies'

The impact of the coronavirus outbreak is likely to become a key issue in assessing whether councils can demonstrate a five-year housing land supply, particularly in relation to whether sites are 'deliverable', a planning consultancy has said.

by Mark Wilding
Housing delivery: Consultancy raises questions over deliverability of sites. Image: Flickr / Ben Sutherland
Housing delivery: Consultancy raises questions over deliverability of sites. Image: Flickr / Ben Sutherland

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