Planning reform will not be enough to deliver the homes the country needs, says Gove

Michael Gove has said that planning reform will not be enough to deliver the homes the country needs unless it is allied with government investment in regeneration, and suggested that ministers are looking to boost housebuilding in the north of England.

by Joey Gardiner
Michael Gove, the new secretary of state for levelling up, housing and communities. Pic: Policy Exhange/YouTube
Michael Gove, the new secretary of state for levelling up, housing and communities. Pic: Policy Exhange/YouTube

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