More than 1,000 West Midlands homes in limbo as phosphate levels freeze planning process

Updated legal advice from wildlife regulator Natural England has forced a West Midlands council to halt planning decisions until it brings phosphate levels affecting a European protected site under control.

by James Agyepong-Parsons
The River Lugg (pic: John Clift, Flickr)
The River Lugg (pic: John Clift, Flickr)

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