What to expect from the government's plan to reform environmental assessment

The government’s plan to reform the environmental assessment regime could see the need for site-specific assessment removed in some areas earmarked for growth and changes made on which developments require an EIA, write Claire Petricca-Riding and Stefano D’Ambrosio

by Claire Petricca-Riding and Stefano D’Ambrosio
It is possible that thresholds may be raised, allowing bigger projects to be built without the need for an EIA (Photo by BEN STANSALL/AFP via Getty Images)
It is possible that thresholds may be raised, allowing bigger projects to be built without the need for an EIA (Photo by BEN STANSALL/AFP via Getty Images)

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