Neighbourhood watch: How a seaside town is aiming to strengthen neighbourhood plan measures to restrict second homes

A Devon seaside town has amended its neighbourhood plan to ban the development of new second homes via section 106 legal agreements, against the advice of a planning officer. But one expert says enforcement of such a policy could prove challenging.

by Ellie Kahn
Salcombe in Devon (Pic: Getty)
Salcombe in Devon (Pic: Getty)

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