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19/11/2018

Exclusive: Planning 2020 with Nick Raynsford

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In the summer of 2017, former Labour planning minister Nick Raynsford began a review of the English planning system. Launched in the House of Lords on 20 November, here Raynsford reflects on a period of continuous change for planning that has seen cross-sector dissatisfaction and left planners box-ticking.

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