Planning Podcast 23: 'Let's meet!' - What does that mean?

Wed, 05 May 2021

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In a rather more formal context, that is what the High Court had to decide last week with the widely reported outcome that local authority council meetings may not continue to take place virtually in England, absent primary legislation. That is the spoiler about the result of the case, but how and why did we get to that position and what are the practical work arounds? There is quite a lot in that, as Jack Smyth explains to Richard Kimblin QC.

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