MHCLG accused of 'legislative sleight of hand' in making temporary Covid-19 planning changes permanent

A House of Lords committee has accused the housing ministry of using a "legislative sleight of hand" by making temporary measures introduced at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic to ease the functioning of the planning process permanent without any public consultation.

by Michael Donnelly
MHCLG: Ministry published the statutory instruments to make the change in December
MHCLG: Ministry published the statutory instruments to make the change in December

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