Sussex councils call for ministers to suspend housing land supply requirement in wake of Covid-19

Seven councils in East Sussex have written to the secretary of state calling for the suspension of five year land supply requirements and the relaxation of the housing delivery test in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic to avoid a "surge of speculative applications".

by Michael Donnelly
Lewes town centre (pic: grassrootsgroundswell, Flickr)
Lewes town centre (pic: grassrootsgroundswell, Flickr)

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