Why government plans for centrally-issued housing targets look likely to be watered down

Following national newspaper claims that ministers are going cold on plans to introduce a binding housing targets for councils to meet, planning experts say the strength of likely political opposition to the proposal and practical challenges mean it is not likely to come forward in its original form.

by Joey Gardiner
New housing - image: Getty
New housing - image: Getty

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