The Environment Agency (EA) is meeting with Wolf Minerals after the debt-laden tungsten mining firm collapsed earlier this week
Groups opposed to Heathrow airport’s expansion plans will take their legal challenges to a full trial next year, following a High Court hearing yesterday
More than 5,000 hectares of land was removed from England’s green belt in the year to the end of March 2018, by far the largest decrease reported in recent years, according to official statistics published today
The High Court has quashed a planning approval granted for two energy storage systems on a rural site in Hampshire after the local council accepted it had erred in concluding that the project was not development that required an environmental impact assessment
The prospect of burying radioactive waste in national parks and other protected landscapes has drawn an angry response from an alliance of 19 organisations including the National Trust
Scotland is leading the rest of the UK in reducing its carbon emissions, according to a new assessment by the Committee on Climate Change
A developer’s appeal for a major extension to an opencast coal mine in south Wales has been thrown out by a planning inspector following the appellant’s failure to submit a complete environmental statement
The Scottish Land Commission and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) have launched a task force which aims to draw up a strategy to halve the amount of Scotland’s derelict land by 2025
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