Planning decision-making: Independence, subsidiarity, impartiality and the state
Sheppard, A.; Ritchie, H.;
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
This paper explores recent changes that involve the Planning Inspectorate in England, considering as part of this the relevance and value of independence and impartiality in effective decision-making, together with a consideration of the significance of these changes in... View more
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