Neighbourhood plans v housing

As the need for housing gains increasing traction, to what extent are neighbourhood plans having to take a back seat? Six years after they were introduced by the Localism Act 2011, neighbourhood plans have surprised many commentators with both their level of take-up by communities, and the importance afforded to them by the government. We look at some recent decisions.

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This article was first published in Property Law Journal (February 2018) and is also available at http://www.lawjournals.co.uk/.


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Lucy McDonnell

About Lucy McDonnell

Lucy acts for both public and private sector clients in relation to planning, procurement and public law. Planning work includes advising developers, local authorities and community groups.

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