Five key planning-related changes in the latest Environment Bill amendments

As the landmark Environment Bill nears the end of its passage through parliament the government has tabled yet another set of significant planning-related amendments, including changes around biodiversity net gain and a promise of new statutory guidance for planners.

by Jamie Carpenter and John Geoghegan
Biodiversity net gain: The government’s latest amendments. Pic: Haitong Yu/Getty Images
Biodiversity net gain: The government’s latest amendments. Pic: Haitong Yu/Getty Images

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