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Central London Developers & LL's call for Gov to rip up planning rules over virus

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A consortium of central London developers and landlords has called for government to rip up planning rules in order to support the recovery of residential development in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

The London Property Alliance has written to housing secretary Robert Jenrick calling for a two-year extension to existing planning permissions in order to ensure they don’t expire during the current enforced lockdown of the industry.



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