Farm building logjam in protected sites cut in half as ammonia limits rolled back

A backlog of farming planning applications in Northern Ireland has been cut in half after an agriculture minister advised planning authorities to base applications on old aerial ammonia limits, despite evidence showing EU-protected sites are awash with excess nutrient pollution.

by James Agyepong-Parsons

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