Councils should publish enforcement plans, says watchdog

Councils should set out how they will investigate alleged cases of unauthorised development and make officers' reports easier to find on their websites, the local government watchdog has said.

by John Geoghegan
Development: LGO says it investigated 1,631 planning complaints last year
Development: LGO says it investigated 1,631 planning complaints last year

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