Mill Hill East Transport (before the bean counters cut it all)


Thursday, 13 October 2011

Daily Telegraph: "Planning minister Greg Clark faces opposition from his own council in Tunbridge Wells"

Link to Daily Telegraph

"Conservative-controlled Tunbridge Wells Borough Council this morning voted to accept a report from its own planning officials calling for reforms to the National Planning Policy Framework.

"The study will now be sent to Mr Clark, who is MP for Tunbridge Wells, at the Department of Communities and Local Government ahead of the ending of a consultation on the reforms on Monday.

"The draft NPPF, which distils 1,300 pages of planning guidance into as few as 52, writes into planning rules a new “presumption in favour of sustainable development”, without defining clearly what it means."

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