First High Court decision on contaminated land regime

The complexities of determining who might be the responsible party for remediating contaminated land have been underlined by the High Court's first decision under Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act 1990. It allowed an appeal by developers on the grounds that the district magistrate had failed to justify his finding that they were a legally responsible party, and ordered a retrial.

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