New policy aims to crack down on intentional unauthorised development

The government has today changed national planning policy to make intentional unauthorised development a material consideration in the determination of all new applications and appeals.

by Jamie Carpenter
Steve Quartermain: has written to chief planning officers with details of new policy
Steve Quartermain: has written to chief planning officers with details of new policy

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