EXCLUSIVE: 10,200 homes on ice as nitrates crisis envelopes more local authorities

At least 10,263 homes across five planning authorities in Kent are stuck in planning limbo due to their potential nitrate impacts on protected wetland.

by James Agyepong-Parsons
A duckweed-covered channel in Stodmarsh National Nature Reserve. Natural England is worried that excess nitrates are encouraging algae matts in the Stodmarsh area that are killing aquatic wildlife in a process known as hyper-eutrophication
A duckweed-covered channel in Stodmarsh National Nature Reserve. Natural England is worried that excess nitrates are encouraging algae matts in the Stodmarsh area that are killing aquatic wildlife in a process known as hyper-eutrophication

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