Mark Flowers featured in Law Times
Mark Flowers was recently featured in Law Times, where he expressed his views on some of the practical difficulties with implementing Bill 73, The Smart Growth for Our Community Act, 2015 which has the effect of amending the Planning Act and the Development Charges Act. Among other things, Mark expressed concern with respect to the new requirement that municipal council provide explanations of how public submissions impacted their decision making. This difficulty arises, Mark submits, in part due to the fact that public submissions are often not made to council.
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