Government draft guidance timid

Latest government draft guidance on minerals is timid and poorly linked to core planning and sustainability objectives, the South East England Regional Assembly's regional planning committee claimed this week. The committee, giving its response to draft MPS1, complained that it fails to emphasise the need for a step change in attitudes towards the use of mineral reserves. "We want to see a clear national strategy with greater emphasis on recycling," said committee chairman Keith Mitchell.

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