Sustainability, Land Use and Environment: A Legal Analysis

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Mark Stallworthy
Cavendish, 2002 - Law - 369 pages
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This work has two main themes. First, it investigates the impact of the relatively modern schemes for environmental protection regulation upon the more venerable regime of planning control under the Town and Country planning legislation. At its simplest, proposals for the development of land will usually involve numerous environmental policy considerations. There are issues here concerning demarcation, in particular as to how far environmental considerations should be relevant to the planning process.

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Mark Stallworthy is professor in the School of Law at Swansea University.

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