Neighbourhood Watch: Three ways the white paper proposes changing neighbourhood planning

The planning white paper proposes several changes to neighbourhood planning, including encouraging the use of digital tools to make the process more "efficient, inclusive and consistent" for different groups.

by Ellie Kahn
Individual streets could produce their own neighbourhood plans under planning white paper proposals. Pic: Getty Images
Individual streets could produce their own neighbourhood plans under planning white paper proposals. Pic: Getty Images

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