What to expect from the forthcoming consultation on environmental assessment

Should it appear in the second quarter of 2021, a delayed consultation is likely to set out the government’s thinking on proposals that could have profound implications for the way that the environmental impacts of major development are assessed.

by Jamie Carpenter
Eustice wants processes for environmental assessment and mitigation to be quicker and speed up decision-making and the delivery of developments. Photograph: Barcroft Media/Getty Images
Eustice wants processes for environmental assessment and mitigation to be quicker and speed up decision-making and the delivery of developments. Photograph: Barcroft Media/Getty Images

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