Council to borrow £2m to tackle phosphate pollution housing crisis

A Somerset council is set to borrow £2 million to tackle the housebuilding moratorium caused by phosphate pollution in the region.

by Tess Colley
View of the Somerset Levels (Pic: Getty)
View of the Somerset Levels (Pic: Getty)

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