How a government court climbdown should make it easier for councils to find 'deliverable' housing sites for their land supply

A secretary of state concession in a High Court case widens the scope of 'deliverable' housing sites that local authorities can add to their land supply, experts agree, but opinion is divided as to whether the long-debated issue has now been put to bed.

by David Blackman
London's Royal Courts of Justice
London's Royal Courts of Justice

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