Johnson needs more of the profit from permissions to make development more popular, by Richard Garlick

There are two distinct philosophies apparent in emerging Conservative planning policy. The first was prominent in the party's election manifesto. It seeks to strengthen planning to ensure that development benefits, or at least does not harm, local communities.

by Richard Garlick

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