Nitrates crisis: Why a council's move to end a housing freeze has left experts unconvinced

A south coast council has launched a first-of-a-kind nitrates banking solution that aims to end a housing freeze, but some argue the scheme has not resolved the problem. James Agyepong Parsons reports

by James Agyepong-Parsons
Portsmouth City Council has ended its freeze on new residential developments triggered by the 'nitrates crisis' in the Solent
Portsmouth City Council has ended its freeze on new residential developments triggered by the 'nitrates crisis' in the Solent

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