Planning white paper falls short of detail needed to press ahead

White papers used to be full of detail about how the government proposed to deliver on key policies. Those were the days. Given the Treasury meddling and nonsense peddled by business interests, this week's planning white paper could have been much worse. It shows all the signs of planning's supporters in Whitehall fighting a rearguard action and just about holding on for now.

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