Environment Agency budget worse than expected

The agency’s board is revising its restructuring plans after it received £10m less than expected from DEFRA

The Environment Agency has had its budget cut by £10m more than it expected, after DEFRA confirmed part of its funding for 2014/15.

DEFRA is giving the agency £397.4m revenue funding for the year, down 15% from £467m in 2013/14m. The agency had been expecting £407m, according to board papers seen by ENDS in October.

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