Planning reforms still under fire despite Prescott's concessions

The Government has made significant concessions over its proposed reforms to the planning system in England. It has scrapped proposals to abolish conventional public inquiries for major projects and withdraw the public's right to appear at inquiries into local plans. But it is still courting controversy with proposals to abolish county structure plans and create business zones with minimal controls.

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