Home > ‘Planning for the Future’ White Paper – A radical version of the current system (first published by Lexis PSL planning on 3rd September 2020)

Kate Olley discusses the government’s ‘Planning for the Future’ White Paper (the Paper), looking at the main proposals for change and their key problems. The Paper heralds a reform of ‘the entire corpus of plan-making law’ with the aim of ‘rediscovering the mission and purpose’ of the late Victorian and early 20th Century builders.

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The article was first published by Lexis PSL planning on 3rd September 2020 and can be found here.

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