Gove's bill amendments would require sewage plant upgrades to tackle pollutants holding up new housing

The government has tabled amendments to the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill (LURB) that would require water companies to upgrade sewage treatment works and will “enable housebuilding to be unlocked by reducing the amount of mitigation developers must provide to offset nutrient pollution”.

by Michael Donnelly

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