Housing Land Supply Watch: Inspector rejects council's five-year claim for including too many homes from neighbour's supply

An inspector has rejected an authority’s claim that it can demonstrate a five-year housing land supply, after finding that it had included too many homes in its calculation from an urban extension site shared with a neighbouring authority in a “departure” from the councils’ joint spatial strategy.

by Alex King

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