Housing Land Supply Watch: Inspector awards partial costs against ‘unreasonable’ council for belatedly accepting housing land supply shortfall

An inspector has ordered a council to pay a developer partial costs for expenses incurred as a result of it belatedly accepting a housing land supply shortfall, making “vague” arguments about the scheme’s impact on urban density and failing to rebut the developer’s evidence of a need for affordable housing.

by Alex King

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