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On 6 August 2020, the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government published its long-awaited ‘Planning for the Future’ White Paper, setting out far-reaching proposals for reform to the English planning system. Alongside it, it published a second consultation on interim changes to the planning system, pending the outcome of the White Paper reforms.
The White Paper proposes reforms that touch on almost all aspects of the planning regime, which, among other things, propose:
See News Analysis: Planning White Paper published for consultation proposes ‘a whole new planning system for England’.
Alongside the White Paper, the government also published a consultation on changes to the current planning system, setting out some shorter-term measures which the government hopes will improve the effectiveness of the current system. This consultation proposes:
See News Analysis: Government consults on interim changes to planning system in England pending outcome of White Paper reforms.
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