The promised changes to the major infrastructure consenting process: what to expect

Last week, the government announced a pledge to review and speed up the major infrastructure planning regime. Experts predict that refreshing the suite of national policy statements and encouraging prompter involvement by statutory consultees at earlier stages of the process are likely to be top of the list of priority tasks.

by Joey Gardiner
Image: Alan Murray Walsh / geograph (CC BA-SA 2.0)
Image: Alan Murray Walsh / geograph (CC BA-SA 2.0)

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