The councils that have determined the fewest applications within government time limits

Ten local authorities have fallen below the government's 'special measures' threshold for the proportion of application decisions made within the statutory timescales, according to the latest figures from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG).

by Mark Wilding
Craven: fallen under the 'special measures' threshold for speed of both major and non-major planning decisions. Image: Flickr / Tim Green
Craven: fallen under the 'special measures' threshold for speed of both major and non-major planning decisions. Image: Flickr / Tim Green

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