Scotland: Right to reply
Scots property developers have been horrified by a new amendment currently under discussion at Holyrood that would allow third parties the right to appeal over planning decisions. But are they doing enough to fight their corner? Sarah Pirie reports
Anyone crossing the border northwards since the emergence of the Scottish Parliament will probably be surprised at how little Scotland has changed despite a whole host of devolved powers having been shifted from Westminster to Edinburgh.
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