Environment Agency prepares further job cuts

The UK’s leading environmental regulator has made its redundancy scheme less generous as it searches for major cost savings

Environment Agency inspectorsThe Environment Agency is gearing up for further redundancies beyond its communications and evidence directorates, already earmarked for cutbacks (ENDS Report 408, pp 4-5).

It has also made changes to the redundancy schemes it inherited from the Department of the Environment and the agency’s predecessor bodies, the National Rivers Authority and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Pollution. These will make it less costly to shed staff.

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