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Local plan progress ‘marginal’ claims report


Local plan progress over the last three years since the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) was published has been “marginal”, according to an assessment by Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners.

The authors of the report stressed that “plans are not yet dealing effectively with ‘overspill’ issues, particularly from urban areas.

“This is the next major hurdle for plan-makers: even where the scale of unmet need is known (as with London and Birmingham), there is limited evidence of plans or inspectors answering vital questions over how the overspill is distributed to surrounding locations.”

See: https://portaldirector.wordpress.com/2015/04/09/local-plan-progress-marginal-claims-report/ for more information.

For the full report see: http://nlpplanning.com/uploads/ffiles/2015/03/219520.pdf

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