Scotland plans tweaks to water rules

The Scottish government is consulting on changes to water regulations to help it meet objectives set out in its river basin management plans

Tweaks to rules should help drive water quality improvements. Photograph: Michael Charles/123RFThe Scottish government is planning to make changes to water regulations to help it meet objectives set out in its river basin management plans (RBMPs).

A consultation on tweaking the Water Environment (Controlled Activities) (Scotland) Regulations which help deliver RBMP goals that are driven by the Water Framework Directive was launched on 8 December.

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