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March 25, 2022
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Planning reform has been quite a ride. A white paper promising the most significant reforms since the planning system was established, the Chesham and Amersham By-election, a change of Secretary of State, and a down-grading of plans to simple "tidying up."

And now we're being told that planning reform is finished.

In his latest piece for Housing Today our managing director, Paul Smith, explains why - as Mark Twain didn't quite say - the death of planning reform has been exaggerated.

Read the full article here.
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