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Local authorities have been given new powers to stop architects using repeat planning applications to 'wear down opposition' to controversial schemes. The changes, which came into force last Wednesday (24 August), were among a number of new measures outlined in the latest ODPM planning circular, Guidance on Changes to the Development Control System.

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