'Exceptional circumstances' for green belt changes becoming more common, summit told

Councils are increasingly using 'exceptional circumstances' to justify changes to their green belt boundaries, a consultant told the National Planning Summit yesterday.

by David Dewar
Green belt: conference told 'exceptional circumstances' becoming easier to demonstrate
Green belt: conference told 'exceptional circumstances' becoming easier to demonstrate

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