Jenrick issues fresh changes to draft London Plan to allow boroughs greater say on tall buildings location and industrial land release

The housing secretary has issued a fresh set of amendments to the emerging London Plan to ensure local areas are "empowered to choose where tall buildings are built" and to give them "greater freedom" to allocate industrial land for residential use rather than use green belt sites.

by Michael Donnelly
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick (pic: Getty)
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick (pic: Getty)

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