Regulators recover £2m from chargeable planning advice

The Environment Agency and Natural England have given out a considerable amount of advice to developers before planning applications are submitted

by Isabella Kaminski
Developers have been given advice on flood risk, land contamination, water quality, water resources, waste, biodiversity and nuclear issues (photograph: Mark Richardson/123RF)
Developers have been given advice on flood risk, land contamination, water quality, water resources, waste, biodiversity and nuclear issues (photograph: Mark Richardson/123RF)

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