Election result and Brexit 'set to speed up infrastructure decisions', says MHCLG official

Britain's departure from the EU and the election of a government with a solid parliamentary majority is likely to speed up policy-making on infrastructure, including the delivery of new National Policy Statements, according to a Whitehall planning official.

by Colin Marrs
MHCLG offices in WHitehall. Image by diamond geezer, Flickr
MHCLG offices in WHitehall. Image by diamond geezer, Flickr

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