Delay looms for public registers of contaminated land

The Department of the Environment's plans to establish public registers of potentially contaminated land appear to have hit a serious obstacle. Regulations to establish the registers may now be delayed by the run-up to the general election, and could be lost altogether if Environment Ministers lack the stomach to carry the initiative through against objections from landowners and property developers.

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