Pincher says government still keen to create 'more predictability' for developers using planning system

The housing minister has said he will explore the concept of 'street votes' whereby residents are balloted on the design of development in their roads, and said the government is still keen on changing the planning system so there is "more predictability" upfront for developers.

by David Blackman
Housing and planning minister Christopher Pincher at the fringe event. Pic: Policy Exchange/YouTube
Housing and planning minister Christopher Pincher at the fringe event. Pic: Policy Exchange/YouTube

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