What does the Levelling Up Bill mean for the environment?

The government has outlined the detail of its plans to move away from what it sees as the “clunky” environmental impact assessment regime to a new system based on outcomes. Pippa Neill explores what this could mean for the environment.

by Pippa Neill
Aerial view of Victorian terraced houses
Photograph: Justin Paget/Getty Images

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