How Gove might shake up housing need assessments

Comments by the secretary of state at a select committee appearance last week indicate an impending overhaul of the way local housing need is currently assessed, say practitioners, which is likely to allow councils more control over their homes requirements and a ditching of proposed 'top-down' targets.

by David Blackman
New housing. Pic: Emma Austin
New housing. Pic: Emma Austin

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