Newtown architect warns of shortage of land for development

By countytimes.co.uk

5 months ago


Powys is facing a shortage of land for the development of affordable housing and commercial and industrial property, a Newtown architect has warned.

Hughes Architects has offices throughout Mid Wales, and managing director Doug Hughes believes there could be a shortage of land submitted for consideration in south, mid and north Powys.

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