What Michael Gove’s appointment as housing secretary could mean for planning

The new housing secretary is a Whitehall heavyweight and a former shadow minister for housing who has previously expressed support for more greenfield development, is "passionate" about the beauty agenda and is “good at making change happen”, according to commentators.

by Ellie Kahn
Gove: "a bit of a fixer" (Pic: Getty)
Gove: "a bit of a fixer" (Pic: Getty)

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