England & Wales, Scotland Climate action and sustainable development , Communities and society , Transport and infrastructure

Maximising local socio-economic benefits of low-carbon development through shared learning

Summary

This briefing should be of interest to local authorities who want to undertake or encourage low-carbon development without having to rely entirely on corporate (or other private sector) development and the negative local externalities that often accompany it.

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