Sector reacts to the delayed introduction of biodiversity net gain: ‘More uncertainty for councils and developers'

Planning, development and environmental groups have reacted to the government’s announcement that the introduction of mandatory biodiversity net gain (BNG) will be pushed back to early next year, with some slamming the move as a “short-sighted” and “regressive” step.

by Samantha Eckford

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