Government 'considers outsourcing plan-making work of tardy authorities'

EXCLUSIVE Private sector consultants and masterplanners could be paid by central government to draw up the local plans of authorities that have failed to do it themselves, Planning understands.

by Joey Gardiner
Javid: 'today is the day that my patience has run out'
Javid: 'today is the day that my patience has run out'

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