Planners 'should consider health impacts at early stage of development process', new public health guidance advises

Assessments of the potential health impacts of developments should be carried out well before proposals are submitted as part of a formal planning application, new Public Health England guidance on the use of health impact assessments (HIAs) has recommended.

by Michael Donnelly
New guidance says that HIAs can play part in tackling post-pandemic health inequalities (pic: Getty)
New guidance says that HIAs can play part in tackling post-pandemic health inequalities (pic: Getty)

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