The implications of the softening of this year's housing delivery test

Research suggests that a government "adjustment" to this year's forthcoming housing delivery test results could mean that about a third of English local planning authorities escape a more serious penalty and, overall, significantly less are likely to face sanctions compared to last year.

by David Blackman
Housing development in England. Photograph: Justin Paget/Getty Images
Housing development in England. Photograph: Justin Paget/Getty Images

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