Scottish government tells planning authorities to relax restrictions on retailers to help ease coronavirus crisis

Planners should "take a positive approach" in allowing retailers to work around planning restrictions on delivery and opening times for their stores in the face of "exceptional challenges" arising from the coronavirus pandemic, Scottish Government advice has said.

by Michael Donnelly
Deliveries: calls for planners to be flexible over enforcement (pic: US Dept of Agriculture, Flickr)
Deliveries: calls for planners to be flexible over enforcement (pic: US Dept of Agriculture, Flickr)

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