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Government plans for the environment

A high-level policy plan setting out the government’s environmental priorities up to 2020 has been published. What does it say and are there any clues as to what regulation you can expect in the next few years? More...


Even deeper cuts on the cards


More budget cuts announced


Different approach to enforcement

The Environment Agency (EA) is making greater use of its ability to issue enforcement undertakings against those who have breached environmental legislation. Is this a good move? More...


Regulation is good (apparently!)

A study has concluded that environmental legislation has a positive impact on the economy. Where has this come from and should you take note of the findings? More...


Job cuts at the Environment Agency

As a result of government-led budget cuts, the Environment Agency (EA) is shedding 1,700 jobs. How might you be affected by this? More...


DECC takes its turn to cut red tape

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) is the latest Whitehall body to scrap “unnecessary” regulation as part of the government’s Red Tape Challenge. What has been removed and what do you need to know? More...


Flood defence stories are a wash out


Coalition plans for the environment

The government has set out draft plans which detail how it will tackle environmental issues. What’s covered and how might these affect you? More...
Last updated: 09.12.2019

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