The three councils that inspectors allowed to freeze their housing land supply targets, and the one that they turned down

Three local authorities have succeeded in getting their five year housing land supplies confirmed by a planning inspector up to 31 October this year, but one council's bid to do the same was not approved. Here we look at how the inspectors reached their conclusions.

by Michael Donnelly
The Planning Inspectorate's headquarters in Bristol
The Planning Inspectorate's headquarters in Bristol

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