Heatwave risk from plans to convert shops to homes

Eddie Tuttle, director for policy, research and public affairs at the Chartered Institute of Building, said: “While we agree with the principle of permitted development rights to rejuvenate town centres, there is clear evidence that homes built using permitted development rights have led to spaces detrimental to the health, well-being and quality of life of future occupants.”

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