York deletes 500-home allocation and consults on green belt boundaries to keep troubled plan on track

York City Council is consulting on changes to its submitted local plan, including increasing its housing target and deleting a 500-home site allocation, and on defining its green belt boundaries as it seeks to keep the examination of the long-awaited document on track.

by Michael Donnelly
York: Fresh local plan consultation (pic: York Minster, CC BY-SA 2.0, Flickr)
York: Fresh local plan consultation (pic: York Minster, CC BY-SA 2.0, Flickr)

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