Jenrick urged to relax local government committee rules to allow council decision-making to continue

Local government lawyers have urged the secretary of state to relax laws stipulating that elected members must be physically present for committee meetings to proceed, as it emerged that more councils cancelled their planning committee meetings this week as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

by David Blackman
Council committee meetings: action urged by lawyers
Council committee meetings: action urged by lawyers

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