Government moots 'narrow exemptions' to net gain policy

The government has said it will "do more work to address viability concerns" raised in a consultation on its environmental net gain proposal and is considering several "narrow exemptions" to the policy, including for residential self-build and for certain types of brownfield land development.

by Michael Donnelly
Defra: Net gain consultation response published
Defra: Net gain consultation response published

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