The Housing Delivery Test was supposed to help ensure enough new homes were being built - but the publication of the first set of results shows that the approach is flawed, as we explain in Housing Today.
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.
What is land banking? How could it be affecting the housing crisis? And does it really happen? Paul Smith, managing director of The Strategic Land Group, explains in this article for Building Magazine.