How the planning white paper would change the system, part 16: Resources and skills in the planning sector

The white paper proposal that applicants rather than taxpayers should be the principal funders of the planning system has led to some practitioners raising fears that this could detract from planning's public purpose, while there are also concerns about the impact on stretched council resources

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