Cambridgeshire councils ticked off over 'jumping to conclusions' over local plans examination

Planning inspectors have have told two councils that it was 'not appropriate' for them 'to jump to conclusions' after they published an email suggesting that the inspectors had not raised any 'fundamental' objections to their draft local plans.

by Greg Pitcher
Cambridge: inspectors upset over emails disclosure
Cambridge: inspectors upset over emails disclosure

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