Council recruits extra planning staff to help with increased workload

A council has recruited temporary planning staff to help out with “some of the busiest months seen for years” following a spike in planning applications and enforcement complaints, and said it is set to bring in further staff to provide more support.

by Ellie Kahn
Isle of Wight Council, in Newport, has seen “unusually high” numbers of applications (Pic: Isle of Wight Council)
Isle of Wight Council, in Newport, has seen “unusually high” numbers of applications (Pic: Isle of Wight Council)

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