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Local Plan examinations: letter to the Chief Executive of the Planning Inspectorate

This letter sets out changes to the arrangements between the Planning Inspectorate and MHCLG for sharing factual information relating to local plan examinations.

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Local Plan examinations: letter to the Chief Executive of the Planning Inspectorate

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The Secretary of State for Communities, the Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP, has written to the Planning Inspectorate to set out changes to the arrangements for sharing of factual information relating to local plans at examination.

The letter also reiterates the points set out by the Rt Hon Greg Clark MP in his 2015 letter on the need for inspectors to work pragmatically with councils towards achieving a sound plan.

Published 28 June 2019