How the general election is likely to affect councils and developers

The announcement of the 12 December general election is unlikely to affect the progress of planning applications but could cause delays to local plan timetables and potentially divert planning staff resources, according to practitioners.

by David Dewar
General election: poll to take place on December 12 (pic: Getty)
General election: poll to take place on December 12 (pic: Getty)

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