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Ive written on this issue here

My view is that the Stevenage Core Strategy decision could be challenged, after all it was just before Cala II came out, but even so once localism Bill gains royal assent Stevenage could argue that North Herts has failed in their duty to coopoerate and as they had to comply with RSS and cooperate the plan was deliverable.

There is PAS advice on enacting the duty but I feel it doesn't go nearly far enough and to comply with SEA directive some form of informal joint examination will be needed, otherwise all issues of reasonable alternatives will fall on the first examination to come forward in a sub-region.


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