Planning law revolution: new opportunities for life science businesses

The life sciences industry is cautiously welcoming news of an overhaul in planning law in England and Wales that promises to ease the path to increasingly flexible and more nimble operations, write Lauren Fendick, Partner, and Clare Harman Clark, Senior Professional Support Lawyer, Taylor Wessing

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