Why a local authority’s repayment of £100,000 in planning application fees may be the first of many

A local authority is having to pay back £100,000 in planning fees to applicants going back ten years under a 2013 policy that guaranteed a refund if schemes were not determined in a year. More councils may have to do the same due to a lack of adequate monitoring, commentators fear.

by David Blackman

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