What the Environment Agency’s latest charging reforms mean for industry

The Environment Agency has proposed changes to its controversial new charging scheme only eight months after it entered into force. Gareth Simkins looks into the amendments

The proposed revisions will see some operators paying more for regulated activities - although some charges are set to fall

Despite steep increases in costs to business, the unprecedented strategic review of charges (SRoC) conducted by the Environment Agency (EA) has not allowed the regulator to claw back all of its regulatory expenditure.

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