London borough's 1,400 homes-per-year revised local plan found sound

An inspector has found a south London council’s revised local plan to be sound after concluding that its proposals to deliver 400 homes per year on small sites would help it meet its annual 1,350-unit London Plan target.

by Ellie Kahn
Homes near Ruskin Park in Lambeth (Pic: Getty)
Homes near Ruskin Park in Lambeth (Pic: Getty)

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