HCA: 3,800ha of public land "could be used for housing"

There are around 3,800 hectares of publicly owned land on which homes could be built, according to England's national agency for housing and regeneration.

by Richard Garlick
Deborah McLaughlin, North-West director for the Homes and Communities Agency
Deborah McLaughlin, North-West director for the Homes and Communities Agency

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