Planning policies need to be more flexible to deliver wider range of affordable tenures, say experts

Planning policies on affordable housing should be more flexible to accommodate a wider range of tenures, particularly intermediate forms for those in the middle of the market, according to experts.

by Ellie Kahn
Clockwise from top left: Alex Bell (moderator), Steve Collins, Stuart Baille, and Mary Parsons
Clockwise from top left: Alex Bell (moderator), Steve Collins, Stuart Baille, and Mary Parsons

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