What the UK’s European trade deal implies for planning

The EU-UK trade deal gives the government some scope to change EU-derived rules in pursuit of faster planning processes. But how environmental regulation in the UK will work post-Brexit remains unclear.

by David Blackman
Image: Pixabay (free re-use)
Image: Pixabay (free re-use)

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