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.
It’s that time of year when the Campaign to Protect Rural England publishes statistics about development in the Green Belt and loudly proclaims that it is under siege from developers. But is that really true?
Developers are often accused of restricting the supply of homes to boost profits - and causing the housing crisis. Such accusations of 'land banking' resurface every few months, but does it really happen?
The Strategic Land Group have entered into a new Land Promotion Agreement with the owners of a 3.2 acre site in Penyffordd, Flintshire in North Wales. The site will be promoted for housing development.