Air Quality, Habitats Regulations Assessment and Planning

Air Quality, Habitats Regulations Assessment and Planning
Air Quality, Habitats Regulations Assessment and Planning

As well as ensuring that there are no significant impacts on air quality in existing and proposed Air Quality Management Areas, recent case law makes it essential for development plans to ensure that potential impacts on Natura 2000 habitat sites are robustly assessed, both on their own merits and in combination with other plans and projects. Ben and Mark outline how their teams deploy regional-scale air quality modelling tools to carry out this process, identify any areas where mitigation is needed, deal with in-combination impacts, and work with local authorities to deliver appropriate solutions.

 

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