Environment Bill: Green watchdog needs ‘more imaginative’ enforcement mechanism

Two prominent environmental lawyers have proposed beefing up the powers available to the planned Office for Environmental Protection (OEP)

Professor Richard Macrory and Andrew Bryce
The Environment Tribunal would be a better venue to hear OEP cases than the Administrative Court, said Bryce and Macrory

Two prominent environmental lawyers have proposed beefing up the powers available to the planned Office for Environmental Protection (OEP).

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