Why sanctions are being considered to drive brownfield register progress

The government has suggested that it could use sanctions to spur local authorities to prepare brownfield land registers as survey findings suggest that many town halls will miss the end-of-year deadline for getting them in place.

by Joey Gardiner
Brownfield: survey raises questions over whether councils will get registers in place by deadline
Brownfield: survey raises questions over whether councils will get registers in place by deadline

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