Lords back neighbourhood right of appeal

The Housing and Planning Bill has suffered further setbacks in the House of Lords as peers voted for amendments giving communities the right to appeal decisions on housing schemes that conflict with neighbourhood plans and to limit the bill's permission in principle provisions to housing-led schemes.

by Jamie Carpenter
Parliament: Lords have passed further amendments to Housing and Planning Bill
Parliament: Lords have passed further amendments to Housing and Planning Bill

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