Scottish councils face up to £59m planning costs

By Martin Ford | 28 August 2019

The Planning Act could cost councils in Scotland up to £59m over the next 10 years in new burdens.

RTPI (Royal Town Planning Institute) Scotland has published research that suggests 49 new and unfunded duties will be imposed on authorities as a result of the legislation.

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