Six things you need to know about the government’s latest thinking on the planning bill

The past fortnight has seen a series of significant developments around the government's intentions towards its long-awaited changes to the planning system, as announced in last year's white paper. Here are six key things you need to know about.

by Ellie Kahn
Michael Gove: 'paused' the planning shake up hours after becoming housing secretary (Pic: Getty)
Michael Gove: 'paused' the planning shake up hours after becoming housing secretary (Pic: Getty)

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