Nutrient neutrality rules ‘should be changed’ and ‘conversation needed’ with Natural England, says Gove

The housing secretary has said nutrient neutrality rules “should be changed”, despite warnings from a large group of businesses against the destabilisation of the nutrient mitigation market, with the sector stating that plans are already in place to mitigate nutrient pollution for 70,000 homes.

by Tess Colley

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