Why councils may allocate more land for logistics space following government advisor's report

The government's infrastructure advisor has recommended the publication of new planning guidance on freight. If implemented, experts says such guidance is likely to encourage councils to allocate more land for logistics space.

by Ben Kochan
A visualisation of a new logistics scheme in Tungsten Park, Leicestershire, which received permission in February. Pic: Tungsten Properties
A visualisation of a new logistics scheme in Tungsten Park, Leicestershire, which received permission in February. Pic: Tungsten Properties

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