How the government's own agenda is driving it towards strategic planning solutions, by Catriona Riddell

The government has shelved its proposals to give the West Yorkshire mayor cross-boundary planning powers, and the Queen's Speech was silent about strategic planning altogether. But its rail white paper, and forthcoming Environment Bill and levelling up white paper, seem likely to require larger-than-local-authority level planning.

by Catriona Riddell

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