The impact of minister's proposed neighbourhood plan power grab

The secretary of state is seeking powers to intervene to ensure councils do not delay neighbourhood planning and to enable him to override an examiner's recommendation.

by Winnie Agbonlahor
Neighbourhood plans: minister to take driving seat (Pic credit: Julian Dodd)
Neighbourhood plans: minister to take driving seat (Pic credit: Julian Dodd)

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