Emerging technologies represent "existential challenge" for planners, says lawyer's report

Advances in emerging digital and data technologies represent an “existential challenge” to the way land use is planned and developments are managed, according to a report by a planning solicitor.

by Jonathan Tilley
Data presents an "existential challenge", says the paper (Pic: Getty)
Data presents an "existential challenge", says the paper (Pic: Getty)

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