Planning for the duty to cooperate

The Localism Act's duty to cooperate is a waste planning 'showstopper' that should not be taken lightly. Planning authorities must seriously consider the need to work together, say Deborah Sacks and Peter Scholes

North London exports 900,000 tonnes of rubbish (credit: Alan Stanton)
North London exports 900,000 tonnes of rubbish (credit: Alan Stanton)

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