Existing tools can be used instead of referendums

The government has confirmed that local authorities will be able use existing mechanisms such as development plan documents or local development orders to take forward neighbourhood planning proposals without the need for a referendum to be held.

by Jamie Carpenter
Vote: current planning mechanisms may make some referendums unnecessary
Vote: current planning mechanisms may make some referendums unnecessary

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