Why the pandemic may make it harder for councils to defend their housing land supply positions

The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on housing delivery and viability is likely to make it more difficult for local authorities to demonstrate that their five-year land supply is robust, consultants and councils suggest.

by David Blackman
Development sites: pandemic has stalled construction (Pic: Getty)
Development sites: pandemic has stalled construction (Pic: Getty)

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