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birds-take-flight-from-a-newley-tilled-field-with-the-pretty-village-D171TW.jpg?profile=RESIZE_400xNEARLY £4m is being pumped into a scheme designed to cut nitrogen pollution and allow housebuilding to resume across the Solent.

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs is spending £3.9m on setting up an online nitrate credit platform made possible by turning a dairy farm into a nature reserve.

This system will allow developers, who are currently unable to build homes due to nitrate pollution in the Solent, to pay to offset such pollution caused by new homes – paving the way to unlocking housebuilding.


Portsmouth Evening News

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