MPs recommend new 'statutory liability' for developers in flood risk areas

The government should impose a 'statutory liability' on developers to meet the costs of flooding where their development fails to comply with planning requirements, a report by an all-party Parliamentary committee has recommended.

by Michael Donnelly
Flooding: report recommends planning changes
Flooding: report recommends planning changes

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