Our housing firm 'is there to make profit to plough into services', says North Yorkshire council leader amid calls for affordable homes boost

  Yorkshire Post 

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A Conservative council leader in Yorkshire has insisted his authority's spin-off property development firm is "here to make profit" to plough into other services after facing calls to use some of the funds generated to boost social housing.
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