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Parking re-think features in planning framework

The government has made concessions to countryside campaigners and planners by introducing safeguards against car-based development into the final version of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) for England. But critics argue that the framework could still encourage car-based sprawl.

The final version was launched on 27 March by planning minister Greg Clark. The framework runs to 59 pages and replaces hundreds of pages of planning policy guidance and statements, including PPG13:...

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