Saturday, 25 February 2017

Builders: CPO measures could pose a risk in a downturn

WHITE PAPER: House builders have warned the government of “unintended consequences” over its plans to strengthen councils’ compulsory purchase order (CPO) powers on “stalled” sites.

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