Planning Aid set to receive more government funding

Planning Aid is set to receive twice as much government funding, communities secretary Ruth Kelly announced this week. In her statement on the planning white paper, she said it is important for the public to have early input in talks on major infrastructure schemes. The charity, which offers free planning advice, currently receives around £1.5 million a year and supports more than 400 organisations.

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