The implications of the levelling up bill’s proposed changes to neighbourhood planning

Measures in the levelling up bill should encourage more parish councils and community groups to produce neighbourhood plans and allow such strategies to propose higher housing levels than in their local development plan, practitioners say.

by Samantha Eckford
 The Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill proposed changes to neighbourhood planning. Pic: Julian Dodd
The Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill proposed changes to neighbourhood planning. Pic: Julian Dodd

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