Planning should take 12 months says Neill

An adequate flow of minerals is vital, so the planning process must speed up and become less adversarial, says the parliamentary under-secretary, but developers must work in collaboration with communities.

by Alison Carter
Bob Neill: technical elements must be correct (Image credit: RTPI)
Bob Neill: technical elements must be correct (Image credit: RTPI)

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