Independent review finds capacity of employment sites to absorb extra Black Country homes is 'not significant'

An independent review of the emerging strategic plan for the Black Country has identified additional brownfield land for development, but not “of a significant scale” to close out the subregion’s housing shortfall.

by Stephen Cousins
West Midlands mayor Andy Street (credit: Getty Images)
West Midlands mayor Andy Street (credit: Getty Images)

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