Nutrient neutrality

In place since 2017, nutrient neutrality rules in dozens of protected areas across England meant local authorities were prevented from approving any new development that was projected to add to river nutrients such as phosphates and nitrates, either through wastewater from new homes or run-off from building sites.

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Quantity Surveyor

Quantity Surveyor - WiganQuantity Surveyor - a leading construction contractor is searching for a Qu...

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MEP Quantity Surveyor

Red Sky Personnel
MEP Quantity SurveyorHS2 - BirminghamIndustry: MEP, Infrastructure, civil engineering, railRenumerat...

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Building Surveyor

IDEAL EMPLOYMENT LIMITED
Building Surveyor- 6 Month Contract- West Midlands Local Authority- Inside IR35. Our client in the...

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Construction project manager

Construction project managerHaverfordwest £50'000-£55'000 + Hybrid working + Public sector role + ...