Environment Agency wins river flow compensation case

A judge has rejected a mill owner’s claim that the Environment Agency’s flood defence measures reduced the flow of a river, making the mill’s turbine inoperable and causing the owners to lose out on their energy generation payments.

by Rachel Salvidge

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