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ENOUGH is enough, councillors have said about developers failing to provide affordable housing in the city.

At a planning committee yesterday they rejected amendments made by developers of the Queen’s Hotel site in Southsea to repreive them of having to make any of the proposed flats affordable.

Instead Portsmouth City councillors voted unanimously to appeal the case with the government planning inspectorate, believing there to be a strong enough case to prove developers would still make profit.


Portsmouth Evening News

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