Councils 'undermined' by right to regenerate plans

By Martin Ford | 07 April 2021

Councils have urged a rethink on proposals to hand ministers powers to force the sale of public land.

The sector has responded to consultation on a new ‘right to regenerate’ that would extend the secretary of state’s powers to force public bodies to sell ‘underused’ land.

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