Government 'set to back zonal planning system with more powers for development corporations', reports claim

The government is considering a "zonal planning system" where "key decisions will be taken from local councils and handed to development corporations" and has convened an expert panel to look into "very substantive changes" to the planning system, press reports at the weekend have claimed.

by Michael Donnelly
Dominic Cummings (pic: Getty)
Dominic Cummings (pic: Getty)

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