The councils facing the housing delivery test’s most severe sanction that would otherwise not be

Of the 51 councils that are subject to the housing delivery test’s most severe sanction - the weakening of their housing supply policies - only about one in five of them would not face the penalty anyway, according to Planning research.

by Samantha Eckford
South Tyneside (Credit: PA Thompson c/o Getty Images)
South Shields, South Tyneside (Credit: PA Thompson c/o Getty Images)

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