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Land use decision making in rural areas

The work centred on a detailed review involving an historical analysis, identification of current stakeholders and assessment of current arrangements and how they may be improved. This work was necessary in the light of Brexit and the need to reconfigure the institutional environment for effective goal delivery after the UK’s departure from the European Common Agriculture Policy. The work focused on a number of key ideas and options which policy and other new arrangements will need to confront and address in the coming years.

The summary report was published by the Royal Society in September 2020.