The authorities that face the biggest increases in housing need under the proposed new standard method

Greater London authorities will face the greatest pressure to increase delivery of new homes, according to an analysis of the government's proposed new methodology for calculating housing need.

by David Blackman
Analysis shows the disproportionate impact of the proposed method change on London in particular - image: Lichfields
Analysis shows the disproportionate impact of the proposed method change on London in particular - image: Lichfields

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