Natural England 'water neutrality' advice ‘risks new housing logjam’

Concerns have been raised that new "water neutrality" advice from government advisor Natural England may risk a “new moratorium” on housebuilding in Sussex after some councils said they have begun pausing planning decision-making as a result.

by Tess Colley
The River Arun, which runs through the affected area (image: Rob Maynard/Getty)
The River Arun, which runs through the affected area (image: Rob Maynard/Getty)

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