Local Plans: Lessons from Recent Examinations with Hugh Richards

Fri, 08 Jan 2021

 

 

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Presented by Hugh Richards, covering:

  • Virtual examinations - practical bits
  • Duty to Co-operate
  • Alternatives - strategies and sites
  • Flexibility - how much is enough?
  • Reform - should we "pause"?

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