Developers 'yet to seek permission for over a million homes allocated in local plans'

More than a million homes on sites that councils have identified as suitable for development in their local plans are yet to be brought forward via planning applications, new research by umbrella body the Local Government Association (LGA) suggests.

by Ellie Kahn
Development: LGA says that allocated sites are not being built out (Pic: Getty)
Development: LGA says that allocated sites are not being built out (Pic: Getty)

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