Might be wishful thinking but as I remember it, at the time of the Infrastructure Act the intention of the Tories was to make the loosest possible definition of a water catchment area, in other words allow as much land as possible for development. I expect the regulations due in July to reflect that view.
Who knows what's going on regarding the 14th Round but DECC have had ages to sort out the applications. The applicants don't have to pay for the licences, only produce plans for development so I don't think there'll be any need for incentives. Since DECC can anticipate which PEDL's will be affected by restriction zones, they can distribute the licences taking that into account. Again if I remember right the Scottish Assembly has been given the right to grant the PEDLs in Scotland so maybe it's up to Nicola Sturgeon to lead the way, certainly, with the massive decline in NS revenues, she needs the money if independence is to be even a remote possibility.
Thanks for the advice Bladderman ... I live in Queensland and am an environmental professional. I don't rely on corporate presentations at all. You also have no idea what you are talking about. I'm appalled by the lies you are being presented with anad believing.
in reality this is just a setback i can see cameron putting pressure on local mps to get this passed on appeal .with all the troubles in saudi arabia syria iraq and others the price of oil and gad is going to escalate .the more we produce and the less we buy the better .and tax revenues will be huge a no brainer imo
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