The opportunities and threats of the Housing Delivery Test results

The Housing Delivery Test was introduced by the government in 2018 with the aim of helping boost housing supply. March 2019 saw the first set of results published – and they’re something of a mixed bag.

Whilst the objective behind the Housing Delivery Test – ensuring planned for homes are actually built – may be sound, it can only be as good as the data used to carry out the assessment.

This article in Planning magazine explaining the pros and cons of the Test in more detail, and features a comment from our managing director, Paul Smith.

You can read it here.

To learn even more about the Housing Delivery Test, how it is carried out and the reasons for it shortcomings, click here.

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Read the full article here