The implications for planners of a new government-commissioned report on self build housing

A government-commissioned report's recommendations on changing the planning system to boost self build housing - including the introduction of local authority plot targets - are likely to be positively received by ministers, say observers. But some are concerned about the implications for councils of having to hit any new quotas and of additional duties.

by Joey Gardiner
The Ashley Vale self-build scheme in Bristol. PIc: National Custom and Self Build Association
The Ashley Vale self-build scheme in Bristol. PIc: National Custom and Self Build Association

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