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RTPI: Chancellor’s £12m for planning ‘woefully inadequate’
Campaigning & Advocacy | Climate Change | Economic Growth | Environmental | homebuilding | Housing | national infrastructure strategy | Spending Review | UK

While offering a cautious welcome to commitments made in the government’s Spending Review to level up the country and invest in homebuilding,

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