New housing need method 'jeopardises ambition to level-up country', says LGA

The government’s revised version of the standard method for assessing housing need threatens ministers' ambitions to 'level-up' English regions due to its highly unequal impact across the country, according to an analysis by the Local Government Association (LGA).

by Gavin McEwan
LGA housing spokesperson Cllr David Renard - image: LGA
LGA housing spokesperson Cllr David Renard - image: LGA

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