RTPI white paper response slams 'top-down housing targets'

The imposition of "top-down" and "data-driven" council housing requirements would be "risky" in the current climate, the proposed upfront consenting process for "growth" areas would have "significant resource implications", and the creation of a national infrastructure levy could undermine the government's "levelling up agenda", the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) has warned in its response to the planning white paper.

by Michael Donnelly
New homes: RTPI critical of proposed new standard housing requirement method
New homes: RTPI critical of proposed new standard housing requirement method

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