Planning inspectors need to be "fiercer" with appeal parties says inquiry review chair

Planning inspectors need to be "fiercer" with the parties involved in appeal inquiries and in doing so even risk court challenges to their decisions, says the chair of a government-commissioned review into the inquiry process.

by John Geoghegan
Bridget Rosewell speaking at today's National Planning Summit. Pic: Nathan Clarke
Bridget Rosewell speaking at today's National Planning Summit. Pic: Nathan Clarke

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