Why the West Midlands population projections review could have national consequences

A review by a government agency of Coventry's official population projections - in response to campaigners' complaints that they are too high - marks the first time that such figures have ever been reexamined, say experts. And if fault is found with the methodology behind the projections, it could have ramifications for plan-making across England.

by David Blackman
Coventry (pic: Getty)
Coventry (pic: Getty)

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