How new planning guidance could deliver green gains

Revisions to national planning guidance aim to tackle air and light pollution. Gareth Simkins and Isabella Kaminski ask what the changes might mean in practice.

by Gareth Simkins and Isabella Kaminski
The revised guidance highlights the issue of light pollution but neglects concerns about its ecological impact. Photograph: Ian Reay/EyeEm/Getty Images
The revised guidance highlights the issue of light pollution but neglects concerns about its ecological impact. Photograph: Ian Reay/EyeEm/Getty Images

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