The authorities in most danger of losing planning powers because of poor appeal records

Six local planning authorities are over the 'special measures' threshold for the proportion of decisions that are overturned at appeal, according to the latest statistics from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG).

by Mark Wilding and John Geoghegan
Dartmoor National Park Authority saw the highest percentage of major district-level decisions overturned. Image: Flickr / Neil Barnwell
Dartmoor National Park Authority saw the highest percentage of major district-level decisions overturned. Image: Flickr / Neil Barnwell

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