Provisional data identifies councils in line for 'special measures'

More than 20 authorities are under threat of so-called special measures for taking too long to decide applications, according to official statistics published today that complete the two-year period that the government will use to assess under-performance under revised criteria.

by Jamie Carpenter
Great Yarmouth: fewer than 65% of non-major application decisions on time over two-year period (image: John Fielding)
Great Yarmouth: fewer than 65% of non-major application decisions on time over two-year period (image: John Fielding)

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