Distinction needed on plan predetermination

With regard to provisions about predetermination in the Localism Bill, I subscribe to the view referred to in Richard Garlick's editorial (Planning, 6 May, p3) that the current proposals aim to do no more than clarify the present position that expressing a view - predisposition - is acceptable, but having a closed mind - predetermination - is not.

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