Local plan policies ‘require urgent review to take into account permanent shift to home working’

Local plan policies require “urgent review” to ensure they support the provision of larger houses required following the now-permanent shift to home working, while councils should look favourably on applications for dwellings that cater to home-working needs, a report has recommended.

by Michael Donnelly
Working from home: Report says shift is now permanent (pic: David Martyn Hunt, Flickr, CC BY 2.0)
Working from home: Report says shift is now permanent (pic: David Martyn Hunt, Flickr, CC BY 2.0)

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