Welsh Government moves ahead with vacant land tax

By Hiba Mahamadi | 13 February 2018

The Welsh Government has decided to move forward with proposals for a vacant land tax to encourage regeneration and tackle the housing crisis.

Cabinet secretary for finance, Mark Drakeford, said the tax would encourage regeneration by unlocking land with planning permission that was not being developed.

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