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Last edited 13 Apr 2020
Degree of change
The term 'degree of change' (or magnitude) refers the impact of an effect, such as a development. It may be described as High, Medium, Low, Negligible or None, and might be assessed by consideration of aspects of the development such as:
- Addition of features introduced.
- Changes to the landscape.
- Loss of existing features.
- Mitigation measures.
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