Nine ways in which ministers propose to change national planning policy

Changes to planning policy on design, tree-lined streets, flooding, removal of statues, isolated homes and use of article 4 directions to restrict permitted development are among proposed alterations to the National Planning Policy Framework published by the government.

by Richard Garlick and Ellie Kahn
Widespread changes to NPPF proposed - image: Tom Jeffs (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Widespread changes to NPPF proposed - image: Tom Jeffs (CC BY-SA 3.0)

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