The government’s plans to fix England’s ‘broken’ housing market have received a mixed response from the legal profession, which has raised concerns over leasehold reform and the speeding up of planning and consent processes.
Earlier this week, the Department for Communities and Local Government published ‘Fixing our broken housing market’, a 104-page white paper which sets out ambitious measures to build more affordable homes and ensure greater pr...
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