Are planning changes a step too far?

Are planning changes a step too far?
The Government is simplifying planning rules to boost the low carbon economy, but are they doing the right thing?
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Baker noted that the regulatory frameworks would mirror current purchasing trends by consumersEco-design is the "unsung" hero of climate action, and a host of new regulatory frameworks could soon create an ideal marketplace for technology businesses that are championing the circular economy.
The Foundation’s $2m innovation prize was launched last week (18 May) in collaboration with the Prince of Wales's International Sustainability UnitEXCLUSIVE: Businesses need to adopt a collaborative systems approach to packaging and product design that creates value for the vast amount of plastic that has seeped into the oceans, Dame Ellen MacArthur told edie.
The central London branch offers universal charging points to accommodate the rising number of electric vehicles (EVs)Plug-in vehicle drivers in the capital are set to be rewarded by a new parking tariff scheme at a central London car park which discounts parking for low-emission cars.
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