What the end of virtual meetings means for planning departments

The government’s decision not to extend powers enabling virtual planning committees will see council officers forced to make “unpalatable” and “highly political” decisions in order to keep the machinery of local government moving, experts have warned.

by Joey Gardiner
image: Digital Technologies For Language Teaching (CC BY 2.0)
image: Digital Technologies For Language Teaching (CC BY 2.0)

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