POS warns over white paper's proposed 'algorithm' approach to setting council housing targets

The government would be unable to "safely" set any "defensible" housing requirement figures for councils using a "formula or algorithm" approach, the Planning Officers Society (POS) has warned in its response to the planning white paper.

by Michael Donnelly
New homes: POS warns over "formula or algorithm" approach to delivery
New homes: POS warns over "formula or algorithm" approach to delivery

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