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    Favorable planning applications for housing associations?

    Are planning applications seen more favorable for housing associations?

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    An architect I spoke to many years ago confirmed this. I pointed out how unfair this was. Her reply was along the lines of public utility, charitable status, etc, justifying it. I guess if it was the council throwing up social housing rather than housing associations, they would be unlikely to refuse their own planning applications.

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      #3
      this sounds interesting!

      does anyone have additional positive news on this query?

      many thanks!

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