4,000-home garden city stalls over nitrogen and phosphorus pollution fears

A planning decision on a 4,000-home ‘garden city’ in Kent has been pushed back by councillors over new fears that the development could increase the risk of nutrients overloading EU-protected waterways in the area.

by James Agyepong-Parsons

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