Top civil servant says 'cash for permissions' clause will boost transparency

Amending planning rules to allow local authorities to consider the financial benefits that a permission would bring will make the planning system more transparent, the civil servant leading on the Localism Bill said today.

by Richard Garlick
Richard McCarthy. Mark Weeks photo
Richard McCarthy. Mark Weeks photo

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