Why combined authority and mayoral intervention powers may prove a damp squib

Proposals to allow the London mayor and combined authorities to draw up local plans on behalf of councils in their areas could help town halls reach agreement over housing numbers, but may prove to be rarely used in practice, experts have said.

by Ben Kochan
Government: Housing and Planning Bill amendment
Government: Housing and Planning Bill amendment

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