Barristers call for tech options to avoid 'decisions standstill' during coronavirus outbreak

Planning barristers have called for better use of technology to allow appeal inquiries and hearings to continue and to avoid a 'standstill' on major decisions during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

by Mark Wilding
PINS headquarters in Bristol.
PINS headquarters in Bristol.

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