By Stuart Robinson24 June 2011
Those of you who are as long in the tooth as myself will remember the heady days of development under the Town and Country Planning Act 1974, when authorities had limited powers to interfere with land owners’ rights. We enjoyed a “presumption in favour of development”, unless there was a ...
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