Planning rules should require protected open space in new developments, Open Spaces Society says

New developments should be designed with protected open space to benefit both humans and wildlife, The Open Spaces Society has said, as part of its submission to Defra's consultation on biodiversity net gain.

by Sarah Cosgrove
Lovedon Fields was designed with extensive public open space. Image: HAB Housing
Lovedon Fields was designed with extensive public open space. Image: HAB Housing

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