Record high in appeal decisions between April and June 2019, PINS figures show

The Planning Inspectorate (PINS) decided a record number of appeals in the first quarter of 2019/20, its latest figures show, with the body attributing the rise to the recruitment of new inspectors in the wake of a government-commissioned review of the inquiry process.

by Colin Marrs
PINS headquarters in Bristol.
PINS headquarters in Bristol.

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