Virtual hearings bring 'less posturing and less hostile atmosphere', says PINS official

Shifting planning inquiries to virtual events has meant less "posturing" and helped create "a less hostile atmosphere" for witnesses giving evidence, a senior Planning Inspectorate (PINS) civil servant has told the Planning for Housing conference.

by Michael Donnelly
Online events: Less hostile says PINS chief (pic: Getty)
Online events: Less hostile says PINS chief (pic: Getty)

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