Why a national policy tweak is likely to lead to councils planning for fewer homes

The revised National Planning Policy Framework’s (NPPF) changes to the requirements for councils to meet their local housing need will likely lead to local authorities introducing lower homes targets in their local plans, observers believe, but proposed amendments to curb suburban densification have been reined in.

by David Blackman

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