DfT's push for more walking and cycling space 'likely to boost sustainable local plan policies'

A government move to encourage councils to reallocate road space for walking and cycling will bolster the implementation of local plan policies designed to encourage sustainable transport and tackle climate change, the Planning Officers Society (POS) has said.

by David Blackman
Sustainable transport (pic: Tejvan Pettinger via Flickr)
Sustainable transport (pic: Tejvan Pettinger via Flickr)

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