Why MHCLG secretary of state decisions are taking twice as long as they should

Planning decisions by the housing secretary under Boris Johnson’s premiership have been taking over twice as long as government deadlines, Planning research shows, with a significant rise in timescales since the Covid-19 lockdown in mid-March.

by Ellie Kahn
Robert Jenrick (Pic: Getty)
Robert Jenrick (Pic: Getty)

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