Opinion: Why councils are likely to resist pleas to ease obligations to compensate developers for declining returns

Recent rises in build costs and drops in house prices are prompting developers to ask councils to ease obligations to help them maintain completion numbers. But authorities have reasons to hold their ground, writes Joey Gardiner.

by Joey Gardiner

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