Fee payers must not feel shortchanged

The Environment Agency is likely to find itself under pressure to deliver the improved performance that those paying its increased charges will expect in return

Jamie Carpenter, editor, ENDS Report
Providing more certainty over future charge increases could be one way of keeping industry onside – Jamie Carpenter, editor, ENDS Report

The Environment Agency (EA) has confirmed that many of its customers will face increased charges from 1 April when a wide-ranging overhaul of its charging regime will be brought into force. The move follows a consultation that generated more than 800 responses from interested parties and charge-payers, who in some cases signalled their inability to pay the increased permitting fees, or suggested ways to reduce them.

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