How local plans are being changed by councils’ climate emergency declarations

Many councils have declared “climate emergencies”, with some reviewing their local plans to introduce policies aiming to cut carbon emissions. But practitioners have warned that such local changes are constrained by national policies and guidance which conflict with climate change objectives.

by Isabella Kaminski
A home in the BedZED zero-carbon development in south London - image: Getty
A home in the BedZED zero-carbon development in south London - image: Getty

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