Whole streets to get veto on what is built in their area

Residents will be able to veto future housing or the style and size of extensions in new planning rules in the Queen’s Speech watered down after concerns they would lose Tories rural votes by the wheelbarrow-load.

Michael Gove’s Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill will allow ‘street votes’ where most loft conversions, conservatories and extensions can be built without full planning permission as long as a third of neighbours don’t object.

The Government also plans to raid developers’ profits…

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