The implications of new legislation detailing how the government’s ‘street votes’ policy will work

A government amendment to the levelling up bill fleshes out its planned policy to let residents propose and then vote on new development in their street. Practitioners are sceptical about the effectiveness of so-called ‘street votes’ and fear they could mean more work for over-stretched council planning departments.

by David Blackman

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