Is the government’s EIA reform plan based on a ‘badly-evidenced hatchet job’?

“Clunky, bureaucratic and involves a lot of consultants” was how environment secretary George Eustice defined the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) regime to the All-Party Parliamentary Environment Group in July.

by Catherine Early
The EIA regime is set to be overhauled. Photograph: Monty Rakusen/Getty Images
The EIA regime is set to be overhauled. Photograph: Monty Rakusen/Getty Images

Sign in to continue

Sign in

Trouble signing in?

Reset password: Click here

Email: report@ends.co.uk

Call: 020 8267 8120

Register for
Free Trial

  • 14 day access to subscriber-only content

Register

Subscribe

Prices on request

  • Full access to endsreport.com for 12 months
  • Monthly print issues
  • Clear and accessible guidance on relevant legislation
  • Integration with ENDS Compliance Manager helping you plan ahead and ensure compliance for your organisation
  • Individual or bespoke multi-user packages available

See all benefits