Government agency recommends embedding of 'net health gain' principle in national planning policy

A "net health gain" principle should be embedded in national planning policy to ensure that new developments do not contribute to the problem of air pollution, a report by government agency Public Health England has recommended.

by Michael Donnelly
Air pollution: call to embed “net health gain” principle in national planning policy
Air pollution: call to embed “net health gain” principle in national planning policy

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