This seems to be the way the DHCLG views the planning process in this country. It doesn’t really need real experts to involved, it just needs them at the end of the process to do the translation. Their job is to turn the woolly head thinking and anything goes ambitions of others, into words that planners can use to approve applications with. Now having become frustrated with the legal system finding ways to reduce the level of that free for all, DHCLG has decided not bother with the planning process at all.
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions
Membership of the Planning Taskforce
Details of the taskforce of experts who have offered their time and expert advice as we have developed our proposals for reform.Published 6 August 2020 From:Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government
Planning For The Future, published today, sets out how we will reform the planning system to realise that vision and make it more efficient, effective and equitable.
Our approach has been informed by discussions with the planning and development sectors, and by research and reports published by leading commentators – including, most recently, reports from the Royal Town Planning Institute, Centre for Cities and Policy Exchange.
As part of this work, we are also extremely grateful to the taskforce of experts who have generously offered their time and expert advice as we have developed our proposals for reform.
The task force is chaired by the Minister of State for Housing, the…
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