The government’s latest thinking on its new strategic planning arrangements

Over a year ago, the government proposed a new test that would replace the controversial duty to cooperate and allow neighbouring councils to carry out strategic planning on cross-boundary issues such as meeting housing need. But practitioners express concern that ministers and officials still have no idea how it will work.

by Joey Gardiner

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