A report that 700,000 foreign-born residents have left London since the coronavirus pandemic first hit the UK last year, contributing to the first fall in the capital’s population for 30 years, leads today’s newspaper roundup.
News of demographic changes leads our round-up of today’s newspapers and other media outlets
News that Bracknell in Berkshire will be the most vulnerable town in England to a loss of retail jobs following the coronavirus pandemic features in today’s newspaper round-up.
News of the resilience of the housebuilding sector during the pandemic leads our roundup of today’s newspapers.
Reports that campaigners are calling on the mayor of London to intervene to halt plans for a high-rise, mixed-use development in Brixton feature in today’s newspaper round-up.
News that residents’ health concerns controversially influenced a Bath council to refuse a 5G mast permission leads today’s round-up.
A claim that housing developer L&Q ignored a code of practice support a tenant who received racist abuse features in today’s newspaper round-up.
A claim that the “government’s centralised planning formula for new houses would have made Lenin blush” features in today’s newspaper round-up.
Reports that housebuilder Bellway Homes “is boosting its target for new houses it will build this year” and Liverpool’s elected mayor has announced he is stepping down following his arrest feature in today’s newspaper round-up.
An attack on the government’s failure to consider reviewing green belt policy in its recent proposed planning changes leads our roundup of news from today and the weekend.