Hampshire councils halt permissions over nitrate-neutral advice 'leaving 10,000 new homes in limbo'

Eleven local authorities in Hampshire have suspended issuing planning permissions for potentially thousands of new homes following advice from Natural England that developments should only be permitted if they are nitrate-neutral.

by Mark Wilding
Fareham: Planning committees have been suspended. Image: Flickr / Leimenide
Fareham: Planning committees have been suspended. Image: Flickr / Leimenide

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