Why new government targets could see 22 councils lose planning powers next year

The expansion of the special measures regime to penalise town halls that take too long to decide minor schemes could hand many more applicants the option of sending their applications straight to the Planning Inspectorate, an analysis suggests.

by Jamie Carpenter
Development: councils which fail to meet decision time targets face sanctions
Development: councils which fail to meet decision time targets face sanctions

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