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A Day in the Life of an Infrastructure Inspector

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Have you ever wondered what it's like to be an Infrastructure Inspector at the Planning Inspectorate?  We’re currently recruiting for Band 2 and Band 3 Infrastructure Inspectors.  We’re on the hunt for accomplished professionals with enthusiasm, relevant skills from all …

Virtual casework events: Planning for the future

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Planning inquiry taking place in a council chamber

Rebecca Phillips writes about the future of casework events and reflects on what we’ve learned from the Covid-19 pandemic when our hearings and inquiries moved online. Rebecca leads the work to create a sustainable and robust ‘operating model’ for the future.

Public service: A duty worth celebrating

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United Nations Public Service Day 23 June

Today, 23 June, is Public Service Day. To mark this important day, inspectors Menaka Sahai, Heidi Cruickshank and Richard Schofield share their thoughts on why they became an inspector and how the public service that they deliver is important for the nation.