Sustainable Development: Does the NPPF Paragraph 14 ensure that future generations can meet their own needs?

Sun, 17 Jul 2016

The Journal of Planning Law has just published (issue 8) an article written by Richard Humphreys QC:

“Sustainable Development: Does the NPPF Paragraph 14 ensure that future generations can meet their own needs?”

The reference for this article on Westlaw is J.P.L. 2016, 8, 750-755.

Click here to view Richard Humphreys QC's planning and environmental profile.

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