PINS to hold ‘majority’ of appeal events online ‘for the remainder of the year’

The Planning Inspectorate (PINS) has said that, due to uncertainties around the easing of pandemic restrictions, it will be likely to hold a "majority" of its appeal hearings and inquiries through virtual events "for the remainder of the year".

by Michael Donnelly
Pandemic restrictions: PINS cautious about return to face-to-face hearings (Pic: Getty)
Pandemic restrictions: PINS cautious about return to face-to-face hearings (Pic: Getty)

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