Credit to an authority that has involved high numbers of local people, by Richard Garlick

One of the biggest issues facing the profession is the need to rebuild public trust in the planning process, and restore local communities' faith that the system is worth engaging with, and really does empower them to shape development so that it meets their needs and aspirations.

by Richard Garlick

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