London mayor and combined authorities to get powers to take over local plan preparation

The London mayor and combined authorities could be handed powers to take over the preparation of local plans from local planning authorities in their areas should they fail to bring one forward, under a government amendment to the Housing and Planning Bill.

by Jamie Carpenter
Houses of Parliament: amendment to bill tabled by housing and planning minister (picture by DncnH, Flickr)
Houses of Parliament: amendment to bill tabled by housing and planning minister (picture by DncnH, Flickr)

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