How the new daylight standard impacts on planning

More precise Europe-wide rules on assessing daylight and sunlight levels in new developments have just come into force, but observers warn it may increase scope for challenges and create tensions with national policy.

by Ben Kochan
Regent's Wharf: subject to planning inquiry where discussions over daylight issues surfaced
Regent's Wharf: subject to planning inquiry where discussions over daylight issues surfaced

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