Housing targets included in a Yorkshire council's draft local plan have been cut by a planning inspector, in order to "take account of" up to date household projections by the UK government.
Government plans to increase home ownership by building cheaper 'starter homes' for first-time buyers have been scaled back in favour of a wider range of affordable housing types.
The government intends to review the way in which developers are required to mitigate the impact of their developments on the local area, but will not publish its plans until the autumn.
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