Government considering levy on developers that fail to build out permissions in time, Jenrick confirms

Housing secretary Robert Jenrick has said ministers are considering introducing a levy on developers that fail to build out land with planning permission within a certain time limit, as he promised that the government's proposed planning changes would "put an end to the big building firms’ monopoly".

by Ellie Kahn
Robert Jenrick (Pic: Getty)
Robert Jenrick (Pic: Getty)

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