Planning bill under scrutiny

Milne, Roger
December 2007
Utility Week;12/14/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p32
Trade Publication
The article reports on the Planning Reform Bill and environmental policy concerns of Great Britain. The controversial bill, facing over 31,000 objections, seeks to reform the planning regime with an independent Infrastructure Planning Commission (IPC). Environmental secretary Hilary Benin's call for a worldwide cooperation to reduce greenhouse gases emission and the country's flood control concerns are also discussed.


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