Biodiversity net gain ‘not suitable for dense urban areas’

Government plans to mandate biodiversity net gain for new developments will have limited value in cities like London, the Royal Town Planning Institute has warned

River Thames, London
The RTPI has highlighted problems with DEFRA’s biodiversity metric over its effectiveness to assess areas like London

Government plans to mandate biodiversity net gain for new developments will have limited value in cities like London, the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) has warned.  

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