EIA The European Commission’s report on the EIA Directive points to possible future changes in requirements. By Martin Edwards and John Martin.
The term ‘counterfactual’, despite technical connotations, simply describes the tendency to think about how things might turn out differently ‘if only’, and to impagine “what if?”. It finds voice in… Read more »
All six related claims, brought by a number of serving or former police officers who alleged they had been subjected to harassment by their Detective Chief Inspector, were dismissed. The… Read more »
“It was all meant to be so simple. In 2004, parliament widened the power of local authorities to acquire land compulsorily for planning purposes. Subsequent cases demonstrated how the broader… Read more »
“Health and safety advice relating to land use planning … balances the … principle of stabilising and not increasing the numbers at risk, with a pragmatic awareness of the limited… Read more »
EIA Regulations – Certain changes are being proposed to the environmental impact assessment legislation. Martin Edwards and John Martin explain the intentions …
Localism – The coalition is setting its sights on the planning system, but is its new policy fit for purpose? Martin Edwards and John Martin take a view …