What street votes would mean for councils and communities

Making use of the levelling-up bill’s proposal to let residents propose and then vote through development on their street may not be easy, but it could stifle opposition from neighbours

by By David Blackman
Man voting
The levelling-up bill would allow residents to hold a vote on whether applications on their street should be given planning permission. Photograph: Getty Images

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