Kent council leader slams "charade" local plan process

A Kent council has hit out at the "thinly veiled charade that local plans are in any way locally-led", arguing that a planning inspector's recommendation that it withdraws its local plan from examination calls into question "the integrity of the whole plan-making system in this country".

by Colin Marrs
Sevenoaks, Kent. Image by grassrootsgroundswell, Flickr
Sevenoaks, Kent. Image by grassrootsgroundswell, Flickr

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