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TOO MUCH DEMOCRACY?

ACAPAG - the Association of Consulting Architects'planning advisory group - convened last month to respond to the ODPM's proposed changes to PPG 3: Housing, which I considered here last month. In an admirably concise letter, chairman Andy Rogers summed up: 'In our view, the questions appended to the consultation are both loaded and irrelevant, leaving us with the distinct impression that this is a pretend 'tick-box'consultation and that our opinions will make no difference. Tinkering ...

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