Planning: new system looks set to fall at first hurdle

Planning gain: Alfred Buller is applying for consent for 5,000 homes in Corby

The upheaval in planning has probably generated more debate than any of the reforms that have convulsed development controls every few years since the modern system was born half a century ago.The determination to ‘get things right this time’ has stretched the process through two governments, several planning ministers, endless ...

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