Why the number of DCO refusal recommendations is increasing – and how to solve it, by Angus Walker

In the early days of the Planning Act 2008 regime that applies to Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects, there were very few development consent order (DCO) applications where the inspectors recommended refusal. But this has increased dramatically in recent months.

by Angus Walker

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