How a European court ruling that stiffens wildlife safeguards could delay plan-making

A recent landmark European court ruling on protected wildlife zones could slow local plan-making and further restrict housing supply around these areas, say practitioners.

by Joey Gardiner
Suitable alternative natural greenspace (SANG): ruling casts doubt on stage at which mitigation measures such as SANGs can be taken into account in planning process
Suitable alternative natural greenspace (SANG): ruling casts doubt on stage at which mitigation measures such as SANGs can be taken into account in planning process

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