The councils facing the housing delivery test’s most severe sanction for the first time

Of the 51 councils that are subject to the most severe penalty in this year's housing delivery test (HDT) - which involves the weakening of their housing supply policies - just three will face the sanction for the first time, according to Planning research.

by Samantha Eckford
Facing presumption for the first time: Canterbury (Pic: Getty Images)
Facing presumption for the first time: Canterbury (Pic: Getty Images)

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