The trouble with England's first joint strategic plan

A decision by planning inspectors examining a joint strategic plan (JSP) produced by four councils in the west of England could have far-reaching implications for development in the four areas as well as nationally.

by Colin Marrs
Bristol: city working on joint plan with neighbouring councils (pic: Peter Morris via flickr)
Bristol: city working on joint plan with neighbouring councils (pic: Peter Morris via flickr)

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