St Albans considering withdrawal of troubled local plan from examination

Officers at St Albans Council have recommended that the authority withdraw its troubled local plan from examination and begin work on a new strategy for the district, though members of one of its committees failed to back the motion at a meeting yesterday (3 November) after Conservative councillors failed to attend.

by Gavin McEwan
St Albans Council offices (picture: Ian Capper, Geograph)
St Albans Council offices (picture: Ian Capper, Geograph)

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