Which Local Plan deserves Government Intervention and Which Does Not?

York, which still relies on a town map – which has delayed its submission LP mainly because of a barracks brownfield windfall which will reduce Green Belt Loss.

Or South Staffs which will deliberately publish a submission LP in Jan with a bound to be found unsound LP with housing numbers based on RSS and not OAN and which refuses to cooperate with strategic planning efforts for Brum?

Seen in terms of evidence of obstructionism rather than crude metrics its pretty obvious.

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One thought on “Which Local Plan deserves Government Intervention and Which Does Not?

  1. Useless York, according to locals 60 years since it had an up to date local plan.
    The barracks are scheduled for closure in 5 years a 16 years, some are Garde 1 listed, so nothing will happen for many years beyond closure.
    Anyway they would be windfall sites not planned growth, another council going round in circles to continually delay progress!!!

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