A Labour government can’t rely on ‘grey belt’ delivery alone to achieve a step-change in housing delivery

Katy Davis Carter Jonas (005)

We will need to build on green belt land that does not fit neatly into Keir Starmer’s ‘grey belt’ definition, writes Katy Davis

The government, in its Long-Term Plan for Housing, has committed to ‘a new era of regeneration, inner-city densification and housing delivery across England’.

It has also launched visions for growth in London, Leeds and Cambridge. The Spring Budget made further commitments to these cities, allocating funding for London and Leeds and the promise of both a development corporation in and a future long-term funding settlement for Cambridge, to be announced in the next Spending Review.

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