SEPA and Environment Agency move on damaging abstractions

More than 100 abstraction licences in Scotland, issued just five years ago, may need to be revised to protect the environment, SEPA says. Meanwhile the Environment Agency may soon have to pay compensation for a compulsory licence change

Farm irrigation schemes in Scotland could be affected by a review of abstraction licences. Credit: SEPA.
Farm irrigation schemes in Scotland could be affected by a review of abstraction licences. Credit: SEPA.

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