Why St Albans isn't cooperating with its neighbouring authorities

The Hertfordshire council has failed the duty to cooperate twice in four years in its efforts to adopt an up-to-date local plan. Observers say politics has played a key part in the district’s failure to meet the legal requirement.

by Adam Branson
St Albans city centre (pic: Bill Boaden via Geograph)
St Albans city centre (pic: Bill Boaden via Geograph)

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