Does one size fit all? Place-neutral national planning policy in England and its impact on housing land supplies and local development plans in North East England

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McGuinness, David; Greenhalgh, Paul; Grainger, Paul;
(2018)

This article examines the impact of the National Planning Policy Framework’s requirement that all local planning authorities in England should strive to achieve a robust supply of housing land to satisfy demand for housing development for a minimum of five years. Concep... View more
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