PD rights ‘should not have a role in new dwellings’, senior academic tells parliamentary committee

Permitted development (PD) rights "should not have a role in new dwellings" as they have "led to a race to the bottom in terms of housing quality,” the author of a housing ministry report on the impact of the fast-track planning regime has told a parliamentary committee.

by Gavin McEwan
Clockwise: Clifford, Bevan, Yasin and Southwood during the virtual parliamentary session
Clockwise: Clifford, Bevan, Yasin and Southwood during the virtual parliamentary session

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