Tory MP to table levelling up bill amendment to abolish ‘centrally-set’ housing targets

A Conservative MP has said that she intends to table an amendment to the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill at report stage to abolish “centrally set housing targets” which she says allow the Planning Inspectorate to overrule local decisions “time and again”.

by Samantha Eckford

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