PINS tells elected mayors to work with neighbours when preparing strategic plans

Elected mayors have been told by the Planning Inspectorate (PINS) that they will be expected to work closely with nearby authorities when preparing sub-regional strategic development plans, even though the duty to co-operate does not officially apply to their activities.

by Mark Wilding
Liverpool: Aiming to adopt first spatial development strategy outside London. Image: Flickr / Phil Fiddyment
Liverpool: Aiming to adopt first spatial development strategy outside London. Image: Flickr / Phil Fiddyment

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