Public can turn to property professionals for partners in localism

Tom Pienaar

In many ways the Localism Bill, which was published before Christmas, throws down a challenge to those in property: can a well-functioning land and property sector that devolves power to neighbourhoods, and yet still delivers sufficient housing, infrastructure and viable commercial development be established?

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