How new Covid-19 application publicity rules may raise fresh risks for councils

New temporary rules allow councils to publicise applications using social media and other electronic communications during the pandemic, but using such digital methods does raise some risks, commentators warn.

by David Blackman
Application publicity: pandemic has forced changes to traditional methods (pic: Sludge G, Flickr)
Application publicity: pandemic has forced changes to traditional methods (pic: Sludge G, Flickr)

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