Peers highlight lack of progress improving 'flawed' Act

By Mark Conrad | 11 July 2022

Little progress has been made in addressing the lack of coordination between the licensing and planning systems, a House of Lords committee has reported.

A study by peers, a follow-up to a critical 2017 select committee report on the Licensing Act, found that little had changed in five years.

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