How the UK-EU trade agreement could change the planning system: the Planning Briefing

What Britain’s departure from the European Union means for planning regulations and environmental protection laws.

by David Blackman
The water vole: a species whose habitat the government says will get better protection now the UK has left the EU ©Getty Images
The water vole: a species whose habitat the government says will get better protection now the UK has left the EU ©Getty Images

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