White paper's "radical" reforms and likely disruption to planning system not justified, former Supreme Court judge warns

The government's "radical" planning white paper risks repeating "the mistakes of the past" by adding "complexity" to the "robust, but over-cluttered, and under-resourced" planning system, a response to the proposals issued by former Supreme Court judge and ex-planning barrister Lord Carnwath has warned.

by Michael Donnelly
Lord Carnwath (Open Government License v3.0)
Lord Carnwath (Open Government License v3.0)

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