Government 'should reconsider three-zones approach for local plans', MPs' report urges

The Housing, Communities and Local Government (HCLG) Committee says it is unpersuaded that the government's planning white paper changes will produce a cheaper, quicker and more democratic planning system and calls on the government to "reconsider" the case for local plans to designate three types of land, in a new report published today.

by Gavin McEwan
HCLG Committee chair Clive Betts MP (official parliamentary portrait)
HCLG Committee chair Clive Betts MP (official parliamentary portrait)

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