Letter: The NPPF’s statues update uses planning to defend the indefensible

The National Planning Policy Framework's (NPPF's) recent revisions puts planners on the frontline for defending controversial statues and monuments, but they are ill-equipped to deal with the fall-out from these incendiary issues, says Sian Griffiths

by Sian Griffiths

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