Backbench MPs seek to strengthen bill's neighbourhood plan provisions

A group of 15 backbench Tory MPs are seeking to amend the Neighbourhood Planning Bill to require town halls to consult the secretary of state before granting permission for major schemes against the wishes of neighbourhood planning bodies.

by Jamie Carpenter
Houses of Parliament: bill to reach report stage on 13 December
Houses of Parliament: bill to reach report stage on 13 December

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