EA in talks with government on increasing regulatory costs, says Sir James Bevan

The Environment Agency (EA) is currently having a “debate” within government on increasing the fees and charges to the companies it regulates in order to help deal with the ongoing pressure on public finances, Environment Agency chief Sir James Bevan said at an event hosted by the Institute for Government.

by Pippa Neill

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