Phosphates crisis: How the ‘Dutch case’ is stifling housebuilding in England
A council has been forced to delay planning decisions for more than 1,000 homes due to excess phosphate levels in a protected area. James Agyepong-Parsons looks at how an EU ruling known as the 'Dutch case' is impacting development proposals in England.
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