- ‘Planning for the Future’ White Paper—a radical version of the current system
- What are the main proposals for change?
- What are some of the key problems of the proposals?
- How does the Paper propose to tackle these problems?
- What are the most radical and fundamental ideas put forward?
Planning analysis: Katherine Olley, barrister at Landmark Chambers, discusses the government’s ‘Planning for the Future’ White Paper (the Paper), looking at the main proposals for change and their key problems.
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