IPH response to the Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations (NI) 2017
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IPH welcomed the opportunity to respond to the NI Department for Infrastructure on the Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2017. IPH believe a more holistic approach to health in EIA may enhance partnership work with public health colleagues and prevent duplication by reducing the need for separate health impact assessments.

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