How new government measures will affect the nutrient water pollution development logjam

Ministers last month bid to free the nutrient pollution blockage that is claimed to have stymied development of 100,000 homes. We explore the likely impact of the measures.

by Ben Kochan
Nutrient neutrality measures will not be a quick fix. Image: Getty
Nutrient neutrality measures will not be a quick fix. Image: Getty

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