General Permitted Development (Amendment) Order
The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Amendment and Consequential Provisions) (England) Order 2014 came into force on 6 April 20146 April 2014 Planning - England The Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Amendment and Consequential Provisions) (England) Order 2014 introduces further changes to the use of
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Volume 12 of our Impact Assessment Outlook Journal brings together articles on strategic impact assessment to inspire practitioners.
IEMA has published updated guidance to help environmental impact assessment (EIA) practitioners better understand, record and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from major developments.
IEMA has today published new guidance for environmental impact assessment (EIA) practitioners to better assess and manage the effects of development on land and soils, and ensure sustainable outcomes.
In the development of major projects, it is important to consider greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through environmental impact assessment (EIA) during the consenting and planning process.
Soil protection and health is rising up the policy agenda with the announcement that a Soil Health Action Plan (SHAPE) for England will be published to help restore the health of our soils.