Should masterplans be made legally binding?

RMJM's masterplan for Leith docks is the largest planning application in Edinburgh's history.

Masterplans prevent developments from being hijacked, says David Page; no they don’t and we have enough legislation in this country, retorts Ben Derbyshire

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