How EU court's ruling on habitats could affect neighbourhood plans

Neighbourhood planning groups may face further delay and expense in drawing up supporting material to show that policies will not harm key wildlife sites, experts suggest.

by Bryan Johnston
European sites: experts say habitats assessment judgement could stall progress on neighbourhood plans
European sites: experts say habitats assessment judgement could stall progress on neighbourhood plans

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