The Environment Agency’s decision to push ahead with plans to increase many of its permitting charges from 1 April has been criticised by industry bodies, who have warned that the ‘unjustified’ fee rises could affect their members’ businesses
Ten of the biggest stories from the past week, including news that the Environment Agency has confirmed details of the new permitting charges that it will bring into force from 1 April and a call from the body’s chief for a new approach to flood defences
Pollution released from Nissan’s Qashqai is so great that the model will be unlawful for sale next year, according to a government study
Natural England needs adequate resources and independence to be effective but currently has neither, according to a House of Lords report published today
The Environment Agency has made a series of changes to its charging proposals in response to feedback from more than 800 interested parties and charge payers
The Environment Agency has confirmed details of the new permitting charges that it will bring into force from 1 April, rejecting industry calls to delay the implementation of the new charging scheme until next year
The Department for Transport has today published a consultation on the implementation of an EU regulation governing emissions from non-road mobile machinery, asking if the penalties should be strengthened
Enforcement powers to tackle waste crime in England and Wales to enter force soon
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