DCLG delays bypass over data fears

The government has delayed placing authorities responsible for deciding minerals and waste applications, such as those for quarries and incinerators, in 'special measures', after planning chiefs raised concerns about the way performance figures had been compiled.

by John Geoghegan and Jim Dunton
Quarry: six-month delay in designation for minerals and waste authorities
Quarry: six-month delay in designation for minerals and waste authorities

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