Inspectors torpedo St Albans local plan over duty to cooperate concerns

Planning inspectors have warned a Hertfordshire council that they are likely to recommend that its local plan should be withdrawn because of the authority's failure to meet the duty to cooperate - just four years after its previous development strategy came unstuck over the same issue.

by David Blackman
St Albans (pic: Adam Singer, Flickr)
St Albans (pic: Adam Singer, Flickr)

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