‘A mess from the start’: EA investigates Natural England over ‘unlawful’ fish barriers

The Environment Agency (EA) is taking enforcement action against Natural England (NE) for erecting two fish barriers without permits in the Norfolk Broads.

by Conor McGlone
The High Court had already quashed NE’s permit to erect two nearby fish barriers at Hoveton Great Broad. Photograph: Nick Smith/Geograph
The High Court had already quashed NE’s permit to erect two nearby fish barriers at Hoveton Great Broad. Photograph: Nick Smith/Geograph

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