New committee meeting rules 'will allow planning system to move into 21st century'

The move to allow 'virtual' committee meetings during the coronavirus outbreak will allow the planning system 'to finally move into the 21st century', say lawyers and consultants, but opinions differ on the implications for appeal inquiries and hearings.

by John Geoghegan
Council committee meetings: new rules passed allowing use of remote technology.
Council committee meetings: new rules passed allowing use of remote technology.

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