‘Newt-counting delays’: The rules the government wants to change as it ‘builds back greener’

The government has pinned its hopes on a building boom to drag the UK out of its coronavirus-induced slump. But what will be left behind in the rush to reform key environmental regulations and a planning system that the prime minister sees as a ‘massive drag’ on the country’s prosperity?

by Adam Branson
A speech on planning reform given by prime minister Boris Johnson has been described as 'deregulatory' by environmentalists
A speech on planning reform given by prime minister Boris Johnson has been described as 'deregulatory' by environmentalists

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