Wealden votes to axe troubled local plan over duty to cooperate failure

An East Sussex council has voted to scrap its draft local plan after a planning inspector last month concluded that the plan failed to meet the duty to cooperate and was unsound on a number of grounds.

by Mark Wilding
Countryside in Wealden, Sussex. Image: Flickr / peganum
Countryside in Wealden, Sussex. Image: Flickr / peganum

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