Need to know: Government plans to strengthen rights to vacant council sites

Councils could be required to release vacant sites and buildings under government proposals "unless there is a compelling reason not to do so".

by Josephine Smit
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick said reform of the Right to Contest could "turn public land into public good" (PIC Josephine Smit)
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick said reform of the Right to Contest could "turn public land into public good" (PIC Josephine Smit)

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