Made to be measured

Changes may not be happening as quickly as some might wish, but Wales' planning minister says he is making steady progress on reform, reports Adam Branson.

Griffiths: "Planning authorities have to invest the necessary time and effort to set their local development plans in place". David Barnes photo
Griffiths: "Planning authorities have to invest the necessary time and effort to set their local development plans in place". David Barnes photo

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