Survey: Councillors support planning committees continuing during pandemic

Three-quarters of UK councillors believe planning committees should continue to determine applications during the coronavirus pandemic, while two-thirds believe that a failure to carry on deciding applications would damage the economy, a survey has revealed.

by Mark Wilding
Committees: legislative tweak has allowed remote sessions (Pic: John Hickey, Flickr)
Committees: legislative tweak has allowed remote sessions (Pic: John Hickey, Flickr)

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