Infrastructure policy has dried up, by Angus Walker

One of the cornerstones of the infrastructure planning regime created by the Planning Act 2008 is that policy, and in particular the need for projects, is declared in advance rather than being argued over when individual applications are made. The statements containing such policy are called National Policy Statements (NPSs).

by Angus Walker

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