Why the Environment Agency is no longer a nuisance

Can regulators such as the Environment Agency (EA) cause a nuisance when they exercise their statutory powers? The answer it seems depends on the circumstances.

by Angus Evers
Angus Evers, partner, Shoosmiths
Angus Evers, partner, Shoosmiths

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