The authorities that are using planning powers to cut carbon emissions

A growing number of councils are setting pioneering low-carbon planning policies. We highlight three local authority planners whose authorities are pushing the envelope

by Stuart Watson
Rob Lacey, Cornwall Council; Paul Barnard, Plymouth City Council; Emma Davies, Greater Cambridge Shared Planning Service. Photographs: Adam Gasson/Planning
Rob Lacey, Cornwall Council; Paul Barnard, Plymouth City Council; Emma Davies, Greater Cambridge Shared Planning Service. Photographs: Adam Gasson/Planning

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