How effective is the cross-boundary planning that the government wants the power to impose?

The government wants to give itself powers to impose joint strategic planning arrangements on councils. How effective have such mechanisms been, asks Winnie Agbonlahor.

by Winnie Agbonlahor
(Pic: Vectorstate)
(Pic: Vectorstate)

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