Developer blames ‘planning delays’ and Tory government in withdrawing from 1,100-home regeneration scheme

The developer behind a controversial 1,100-home city centre regeneration scheme has withdrawn from the project after spending eight years and £7.5 million on the project, blaming intervention by the “Conservative government” and a series of “planning delays” that mean it is no longer viable.

by Samantha Eckford

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