Council sets out environmental measures to end planning freeze blocking 3,000 homes

A measure to secure developer contributions for the creation of new wetlands is included in an interim plan approved by a Hampshire council to allow it to issue a limited number of planning consents for new homes following advice from government agency Natural England earlier this year that all new development in or near protected sites in the area should be "nitrate neutral".

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