Data blog: The net tightens on quality of decision-making

Updated 'experimental' data indicates that a change to the special measures criteria is likely to see local planning authorities sanctioned for the first time for having too many of their decisions overturned on appeal.

by Jamie Carpenter
Harlow: 10.3% of major decisions overturned on appeal between January 2015 and December 2016 (picture: Michael Donnelly)
Harlow: 10.3% of major decisions overturned on appeal between January 2015 and December 2016 (picture: Michael Donnelly)

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