Money on offer for brownfield development, but LBE hasn’t taken any

The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) has announced that £57.8 million has been allocated to 53 councils to develop brownfield land. The department said that “unsightly derelict” buildings can be demolished and disused car parks and garages developed to create “vibrant” communities in which people can live and work. The government believes that this will help to protect the countryside and green spaces.

As far as we know, The London Borough of Enfield has not applied for this funding.

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