How one council created its own phosphates credit scheme, and how a developer negotiated the system

With nutrient neutrality rules delaying house building across the country, local authorities have scrambled to develop solutions. Michael Donnelly speaks to one pioneering council that created a phosphates mitigation wetland scheme, and a local developer that was the first to negotiate the new system.

by Michael Donnelly

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