Improving land use in England
An influential Lords Committee has recommended the establishment of a new commission in England to improve decisions and processes determining how land is used.The focus of the commission would be to develop a framework to guide stakeholders – landowners, managers and other decision-makers – in their decisions on land use, in relation to, for example, food p
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