Council officers fight purported government plan to end virtual planning meetings on 6 May

Councils’ ability to hold virtual planning committee meetings will end on 6 May unless the government changes course, according to two local authority groups that have begun legal proceedings to force the government not to allow the current temporary arrangements to expire.

by Gavin McEwan
Robert Jenrick - image: Chris McAndrew (CC BY 3.0)
Robert Jenrick - image: Chris McAndrew (CC BY 3.0)

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