Rethinking Aarhus and the costs of litigation

Third-party rights of appeal in environmental and planning law could reduce delays and uncertainties, reduce costs and better reflect Aarhus requirements

Richard Macrory is professor of environmental law at University College LondonProvisions of international treaties often contain surprises. When the UK ratified the 1998 Aarhus Convention in 2005, many in government considered that it was mainly designed to improve the standards of environmental governance in former Eastern bloc countries and that it would have little national impact.

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