Tory councillor 'frustrated' that Northampton Labour are calling in every HMO planning application



A Conservative party councillor is urging Labour to re-think the amount of HMO applications they raise at planning meetings after an estimated £9952.32 has been spent since in six months from call-ins. Councillor James Hill (Con, Rectory Farm), the Guildhall's cabinet member for planning, has asked the head of the planning committee to research how much each HMO call-in costs Northampton Borough Council, after he claims, some Labour councillors have been calling in every application on their ward to the detriment of legitimate applications.
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20 January 2018 in Regional East, Views: 26
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