Lords committee finds clarity needed on proposed new ministerial powers

The House of Lords Constitution Committee has published its report on the Growth and Infrastructure Bill and says that clause 1 of the Bill, which gives ministers "unqualified" power to make planning decisions on behalf of a designated local planning authority, lacks clarity and risks shifting too much power to the executive.

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