The councils that have gained a five-year housing land supply under the 2020 delivery test results

Some 26 councils have seen their housing land supply targets reduced following this year's housing delivery test results. Of these, research suggests that two local authorities in Essex and Kent have gained a five-year land supply as required in national policy, which means they are no longer subject to weakened planning protections.

by Ben Kochan
Faversham Creek, in Swale borough, Kent - image: Amanda Slater / Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)
Faversham Creek, in Swale borough, Kent - image: Amanda Slater / Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)

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