Government pledges 'no substantive changes' to environmental assessment regimes post-Brexit

The government has said there will be 'no substantive changes' to the environmental impact and strategic environmental assessment regimes after the UK leaves the European Union as it published a series of statutory instruments intended to ensure their 'continued smooth operation' post-Brexit.

by Michael Donnelly
Environmental assessments: 'no substantive changes' post-Brexit, says government
Environmental assessments: 'no substantive changes' post-Brexit, says government

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