Tuesday, 11 October 2011

The planning debate continues


I was interested to see a piece entitled “The Great NPPF Consensus?” which Chris Brown posted on his blog at the weekend, following the Tory party conference. I don’t necessarily agree with everything he said, nor with all of the comments the piece has attracted, but it is nevertheless an interesting summary of the current state of the planning debate, and gives a useful indication of the direction which the debate over the NPPF and ‘localism’ might take, following the end of the consultation period on the draft NPPF next week. The article can be found at:

http://chrisbrown.regen.net/2011/10/09/the-great-nppf-consensus/

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