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Planning Reforms: Fee Up To £1,000 Threat To Village Green Spaces

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Communities would have to pay up to £1,000 to apply to save their green spaces from the developers’ bulldozers under plans to speed up the planning process. In official documents, ministers admit the proposed charge is likely to mean that fewer people will apply for the special protection. This will benefit developers, they say, as the planning process will take less time. Campaigners last night said it was unfair that residents were being “penalised” for trying to protect precious green spaces and would be put off from applying.

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