Peers criticise DLUHC over decision to make post-pandemic PD rights permanent

A House of Lords committee has criticised the government's decision to make permanent two initially temporary post-Covid permitted development (PD) rights, claiming the move has been made without “robust parliamentary scrutiny” and could have an “adverse impact” on the public.

by James Wilmore
The House of Lords (Credit: Roger Harris c/o Flickr Creative Commons)
The House of Lords (Credit: Roger Harris c/o Flickr Creative Commons)

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