From rural development to protecting heritage sites, the NPPF will change the way we build, writes Karen Phull
Never before has planning attracted so much attention from the press. Over the past few months, headlines in various newspaper have declared ‘Hands Off Our Land’ and in the Guardian, Simon Jenkins described the planning reforms as a ‘recipe for civil war’.
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