Draft concordat seeks to guide UK hazardous substances planning regime post-Brexit

The need to secure the proper functioning of the hazardous substances planning regime whilst at the same time respecting the devolution rights of the devolved administrations are key principles guiding a new draft concordat between the UK nations.

by David Dewar
MHCLG: Draft concordat on hazardous substances regime post-Brexit issued
MHCLG: Draft concordat on hazardous substances regime post-Brexit issued

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