Former PINS chief calls for 'greater openness'

A former chief executive of the Planning Inspectorate (PINS) has voiced concern over the the extent to which the experience and knowledge of planning inspectors is under-utilised.

by Jim Dunton
Parliament: Katrine Sporle gave evidence at committee session (picture by DncnH, Flickr)
Parliament: Katrine Sporle gave evidence at committee session (picture by DncnH, Flickr)

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