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Victory at Lodge Hill raises questions about brownfield first and sale of public land
It’s always good to write about a victory for the environment, especially these days. I was frankly amazed to read on Martin Harpers blog that the Planning Inspector had concluded that Medway Council’s core strategy was unsound because they had … Continue reading
Posted in biodiversity, biodiversity offsetting, deregulation, environmental policy, housing, meadows, public land, regulatory reform Tagged Land Securities, Lodge Hill, Medway, Medway Council, Natural England, Planning Inspectorate, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Site of Special Scientific Interest Leave a comment