Inspector warns Wealden of 'significant' duty to co-operate concerns over local plan

Wealden District Council has been warned by a planning inspector of 'significant issues' around whether its draft local plan complies with the duty to co-operate, which 'could have very serious implications for the examination'.

by Mark Wilding
Countryside in Wealden, East Sussex. Image: Flickr / peganum
Countryside in Wealden, East Sussex. Image: Flickr / peganum

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