Government sticks with existing standard method but adds new 35% uplift for biggest urban areas

The government is to retain its existing standard method for calculating housing need, including its reliance on the 2014-based household projections, but has announced that it will add a new "cities and urban centres uplift" of 35 per cent for England's 20 biggest cities and towns.

by Michael Donnelly
The MHCLG offices in London
The MHCLG offices in London

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