Inspector queries local plan's legal compliance with habitats safeguards after European court ruling

A planning inspector beginning his examination of a recently-submitted local plan has flagged concerns that the document may not be 'legally compliant' in the light of a recent judgement of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) related to habitats regulations assessments (HRAs).

by Michael Donnelly
Central Bedfordshire Council: EU court ruling could impact on local plan examination
Central Bedfordshire Council: EU court ruling could impact on local plan examination

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