News and advice for law relating to planning and the environment in England and Wales
This briefing has been prepared by the Society's specialist committees: part one by the Planning and Environmental Law Committee, and part two by the Employment Law, Company Law and Tax Law Committees.
The Society has joined with other professional bodies to protest over the government's decision to allow its departments to restrict consultation periods to four weeks or less.
The government is proposing to replace the planning policy guidance materials with a single document whose draft has generated intense public interest.
Read the Law Society response to the coalition government's aim to condense existing policy into a concise and cogent single National Planning Policy Framework.
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