What the removal of a block on Birmingham's local plan means for plan-makers

The six-month holding direction on Birmingham's local plan has delayed planning and development proposals in the city region, but other authorities should not be deterred from reviewing their green belt boundaries, experts say.

by John Geoghegan
Birmingham: block on plans process has held up plan-making in city-region, observers say
Birmingham: block on plans process has held up plan-making in city-region, observers say

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