Update on the neighbourhood right of appeal

Two weeks ago the Lords voted in favour of an amendment to the Housing and Planning Bill to introduce a neighbourhood right of appeal.

On Tuesday the House of Commons deleted this clause, replacing it with a requirement for planning officers to report on planning applications that conflict with a neighbourhood plan.

On the 4th May, the House of Lords again voted in  of the neighbourhood right of appeal, so it is back in the Bill.

Read why NALC urges MPs to give communities planning right of appeal

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