Decision limits face cuts in EU plans

Proposed European rules to impose time limits on the determination of major applications involving environmental impact assessments (EIAs) could slash deadlines for deciding projects under England and Wales' major infrastructure process, according to experts.

by John Geoghegan
Major development: a decision on whather to approve major schemes that require an EIA may have to be made within nine months
Major development: a decision on whather to approve major schemes that require an EIA may have to be made within nine months

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