Wales to tighten up agricultural EIA process

The Welsh government is seeking views on changes to farming EIA regulations to bring them in line with amended EU requirements

Changes are being made ahead of the deadline to transpose the amended EIA Directive. Photograph: Steven Heap/123RFChanges have been proposed to environmental impact assessment (EIA) rules on agriculture in Wales.

The plans, published for consultation on 28 October, serve to transpose the requirements of the amended 2014 EIA Directive and to contribute towards achieving a healthier, more resilient and globally responsible Wales as set out in the Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act.

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