How councils are responding to the local plan threat from the government's air quality nemesis

Local authorities threatened with legal action by an environmental campaign group if their local plan policies fail to meet carbon reduction laws warn that, in some cases, meeting such objectives may delay their plan production or restrict their ability to meet their housing requirement.

by Ben Kochan
Preston City Council: one of the councils facing ClientEarth legal challenge
Preston City Council: one of the councils facing ClientEarth legal challenge

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