Gove confirms primacy of bill's national development management policies over local plans, but expects 'limited' conflicts

Housing secretary Michael Gove has confirmed that the government's proposed new national development management policies document "would have precedence in the event of conflict" with a local plan, but said he expects "such conflicts to be limited in future".

by Samantha Eckford
Michael Gove (Credit: Parliament TV)
Michael Gove (Credit: Parliament TV)

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