How the revised NPPF will make it easier for councils to avoid allocating green belt sites in plans

The revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) now states that there is no requirement for green belt boundaries to be reviewed or changed when plans are being prepared or updated. Practitioners warn that consequently fewer councils will allocate green belts site and “tens of thousands” of planned homes could be scrapped or delayed.

by Alex King

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