Government seeks power to direct joint plan-making

New powers to allow the secretary of state to give a direction requiring two or more town halls to prepare a joint local plan and to invite a county council to prepare a local plan where a district council in its area has failed to do so are contained in government amendments to the Neighbourhood Planning Bill.

by Jamie Carpenter
Parliament: Bill is at committee stage in House of Commons
Parliament: Bill is at committee stage in House of Commons

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