QC concludes Canterbury local plan is 'legally unsound'

A planning silk commissioned by a parish council and a countryside campaign group has concluded that a Kent council's local plan is legally unsound because it fails to properly assess the sustainability and environmental impact of the increased housing numbers it proposes.

by Jonathan Tilley
Canterbury: barrister queries local plan
Canterbury: barrister queries local plan

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