Blaming planning system for issues with law no longer an option

Addressing the real flaws in our legal system is in the interests of everyone - developers, agencies and activists, writes Conor Skehan

Since Roman times, it has been recognised that good law is alive because it learns and grows and changes to adapt itself to new learning and new experience

Conor Skehan

How often do we lash out when we experience traffic congestion, expensive housing, no local jobs, or rules preventing enterprise? Blame always attaches to the nearest authority figure - Owen Keegan, if you live in Dublin; objectors or the planning system if your project is delayed, or the 'government' if all else fails.

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