Labour calls for planning changes to support eco-friendly economic recovery

A new Labour Party report on economic recovery has called for the government to make sure the planning system better supports electric vehicle charging and for urban spaces to be redesigned in a more pedestrian- and cyclist-friendly way.

by Ellie Kahn
Charging points for the Ecolink zero emissions buses in the bus depot in Nottingham (Pic: Getty)
Charging points for the Ecolink zero emissions buses in the bus depot in Nottingham (Pic: Getty)

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