Labour having 'tricky' discussions over future of NSIP regime, says shadow planning minister

Labour's planning commission is having 'tricky' conversations about the future of the major infrastructure planning regime, including whether the existing system should stay 'intact', the party's shadow planning minister has said.

by Michael Donnelly
Shadow planning minister Roberta Blackman-Woods
Shadow planning minister Roberta Blackman-Woods

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