Why a neighbourhood plan became the first to fail at referendum

The first rejection of a neighbourhood plan at referendum raises questions about the limits of localism and shows what can happen when a planning authority and neighbourhood planners stop talking, observers say.

by Joey Gardiner
Swanwick: the parish council chair says the village may conclude that it is “not worth” submitting another plan
Swanwick: the parish council chair says the village may conclude that it is “not worth” submitting another plan

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