What the local election results mean for planning

Changes in administrations at eight key councils following last week's local elections are likely to impact on planning and development, say commentators.

by Adam Branson
Residents for Guildford and Villages: the independent group won 15 seats on Guildford Council (pic: SURREY LIVE/DARREN PEPE)
Residents for Guildford and Villages: the independent group won 15 seats on Guildford Council (pic: SURREY LIVE/DARREN PEPE)

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