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News report: Planning authorities require more resources to step up enforcement action
Development Management & Enforcement | enforcement | England | London | mhclg | Planning Law

Latest government statistics reveal that enforcement teams are maintaining the integrity of the planning system, although much of their work is in the background. Huw Morris reports


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