Exploiting upward extension PD rights could deliver up to 173,000 new homes, consultancy claims

The upward extension of properties under new permitted development (PD) rights could deliver up to 173,000 new homes in the country's biggest cities, of which almost 80 per cent would be in London alone, a new study by a consultancy suggests.

by Gavin McEwan
Image: Bryn Pinzgauer / Flickr (CC - BY 2.0)
Image: Bryn Pinzgauer / Flickr (CC - BY 2.0)

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