What the rise of local political parties opposing housing plans means for applicants and authorities

Despite overt opposition to emerging and adopted local plans, residents groups that have emerged as key players in three councils in the wider south east may find it difficult to dramatically revise local development strategies, Planning has discovered.

by Adam Branson
Residents for Uttlesford: the group seized control of the district council and is considering revising the local plan (pic: Residents for Uttlesford)
Residents for Uttlesford: the group seized control of the district council and is considering revising the local plan (pic: Residents for Uttlesford)

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