On route with cumulative effects in Newquay
Experts from Parsons Brinckeroff describe how the assessment of cumulative effects, shaped the environmental impact (EIA) process for the proposed Newquay strategic routeThe assessment of cumulative effects is required by the EIA Directive (85/337/EEC) and the UK EIA Regulations 2011. Cumulative effects are defined as resulting from multiple actions on receptors and r
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