Boroughs' land supply 'optimism bias' behind 86,000-home London Plan housing target shortfall, report says

There is a gap of 86,000 homes between London councils' likely housing delivery rates and the targets set in the new London Plan, with authorities guilty of "optimism bias" when assessing their land supply, a report by a consultancy has concluded.

by Michael Donnelly
London: councils overestimating housing supply compared to likely delivery, says report (pic: Daniel, Flickr)
London: councils overestimating housing supply compared to likely delivery, says report (pic: Daniel, Flickr)

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