Environment Agency must act on ‘noxious odour’, says council

The leader of the London Borough of Ealing has questioned the approach to land remediation being taken at London’s largest housing development and called for enforcement action by the Environment Agency

Southall Waterside
The Southall Waterside development will provide 3,750 homes on a heavily contaminated former industrial site

The leader of the London Borough of Ealing has questioned the approach to land remediation being taken at London’s largest housing development and called for enforcement action by the Environment Agency (EA).

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