Spending freeze set to delay contaminated land regime

Implementation of the new regime for cleaning up contaminated land which was established by the Environment Act 1995 looks increasingly likely to be delayed, possibly as far ahead as 1999. The major cause will be the Government's pre-election promise not to increase public expenditure above the plans inherited from its predecessor for its first two years in power.

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