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Hazardous substances include certain quantities of specified substances considered dangerous to human health and the environment. They are set out in the Planning (Hazardous Substances) Regulations 2015 (PHSR 2015), SI 2015/627 (in England) and the Planning (Hazardous Substances) (Wales) Regulations 2015 (PHSWR 2015), SI 2015/1597 (in Wales) and include ammonium nitrate, bromine, chlorine, and natural gas.
The fundamental concern of the planning regime insofar as it affects hazardous substances is to implement the land-use planning objectives of the Seveso III Directive 2012/18/EU (the Archived Seveso III Directive), as it had effect immediately before 11 pm on 31 December 2020, to reduce the risks and consequences of major accidents involving hazardous substances. The planning regime does this by regulating sites and installations where hazardous substances could be present or in the vicinity of which development is proposed in three main ways:
by imposing a requirement
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