Gove still wants to change law to address nutrient neutrality planning hold-ups

The housing secretary has said the government was unable to find time in its legislative timetable to bring forward a bill to unlock more than 100,000 homes held up by the nutrient neutrality logjam but pledged to lobby for one if the Conservative Party wins another parliamentary term.

by Samantha Eckford

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