Inspectors pause local plan hearings to ‘consider’ neighbouring authority’s unmet housing need

Planning inspectors have postponed the remaining public hearings assessing the viability of an authority’s local plan in order to “allow more time for the consideration of information relating to Leicester’s unmet housing need”.

by Samantha Eckford
Charnwood Forest (credit: Getty Images)
Charnwood Forest (credit: Getty Images)

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