On British corruption in planning

It\’s just like PJ O\’Rourke said.

Once the legislators get to decide what can be bought and sold the first thing to be bought and sold will be the legislators.

Telegraph investigation: Three councillors reveal their involvement with consultancies which specialise in helping companies to win planning permission for developments across the country.

Why on earth would anyone think that PJ isn\’t correct?

1 thought on “On British corruption in planning”

  1. That’s a lot less blatant than it used to be – where planning applications were submitted in brown paper envelopes stuffed with used notes. Or from where readers of Private Eye’s “Rotten Boroughs” column would think it is now.

    But, hey, it’s ‘news’.

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