East Cambs Council seeking refund from PINS for examination of withdrawn local plan

The leader of a Cambridgeshire council that last month withdrew its local plan from examination after claiming that an inspector's recommended changes would render the plan "unrecognisable" has vowed that the authority will not pay any further fees for the examination and is seeking a refund of charges already paid "for breach of service contract".

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