Time is almost up if you want to respond to the government’s consultation on future housing provision.
The Department for Communities and Local Government document Planning For The Right Homes In The Right Places has sparked alarm across much of the South East.
Its proposed new methodology on determining housebuilding levels could leave some counties facing colossal hikes in the number of homes they are required by central government to build.
However, the burden is not being shared equally and, extraordinarily, some counties, even in the pressurised South East, could be asked to build fewer houses than previously scheduled.
Conversely, Kent is being targeted for a disproportionately large increase in the number of homes its must build.
If you think that is unfair – or indeed have any views on what the government could be about to unleash on us – you have until 11.45pm tomorrow (Thursday, November 9) to add them to the consultation.
CPRE has already responded and is encouraging others to do the same, even at this late stage.
You can do so here
For more on the consultation, see here
To read how Kent could be targeted disproportionately heavily, see here
Wednesday, November 8, 2017