Freeze on London's green belt boundaries is 'absolute nonsense', says council leader

The long-standing freeze on London's green belt boundaries was described as “absolute nonsense” by a council leader at the Labour Party conference, while a counterpart from Hertfordshire warned that the planning appeals process is becoming “too expensive” for local authorities to pursue.

by David Blackman
Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer visited Stevenage’s developing town square last year (Pic: Getty)
Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer visited Stevenage’s developing town square last year (Pic: Getty)

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