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Land of the fee

A review of the level and applicability of planning fees might not mean higher charges but more assessment procedures It is not much more than 20 years ago that fees were first charged for making a planning application. Having started down this slippery slope, ministers were not slow to decide that their aim was for the full recovery of the costs involved in processing applications to be recovered from fees.

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