Open Consultations and Information Pages

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  • Supporting Citizen Science

    Citizen science : ‘the collection of data and information by communities for scientific purposes’ can provide invaluable data and evidence about our water environment. Citizen science can be a fantastic way for us to work together by: supporting communities to connect to their local environment. bringing together local stakeholders and decision makers. enabling... More
    Opened 24 May 2024
  • NN11 2NH, Anglian Water Services Limited, EPR/LB3309XF/A001: environmental permit consultation

    We are seeking your comments on an environmental permit application received from Anglian Water Services Limited for Whilton Water Recycling Centre Whilton Locks Daventry NN11 2NH We can take account of Relevant environmental regulatory requirements and technical standards. Information on local population and sensitive sites. Comments on whether the right process is being used for the... More
    Opened 24 May 2024
  • NE63 9XS, SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK Ltd, EPR/UP3494ZL/V007: environmental permit consultation

    We are seeking your comments on an environmental permit application received from SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK Ltd for: Ellington Road Composting Facility Ellington Road Newmoor Ashington Northumberland NE63 9XS We can take account of Relevant environmental regulatory requirements and technical standards. Information on local population and sensitive sites. Comments on whether the... More
    Opened 24 May 2024
  • B25 8EP, Kiely Bros. Limited, EPR/FB3403ZY/V004: environment permit consultation

    We are seeking your comments on an environmental permit application received from Kiely Bros. Limited for Kiely Bros. Limited Amington Road Birmingham B25 8EP We can take account of Relevant environmental regulatory requirements and technical standards. Information on local population and sensitive sites. Comments on whether the right process is being used for the activity, for... More
    Opened 24 May 2024
  • EN8 8XH, Global Infrastructure UK Limited, EPR/ZP3128SD/A001: environmental permit consultation

    We are seeking your comments on an environmental permit application received from Global Infrastructure UK Limited for Data Center at Maxwells Farm West Great Cambridge Road Cheshunt EN8 8XH We can take account of Relevant environmental regulatory requirements and technical standards. Information on local population and sensitive sites. Comments on... More
    Opened 24 May 2024
  • Environment Agency charge proposals for boat registration from January 2025

    The Environment Agency is the second largest navigation authority in the UK. We are responsible for managing 1,010km of inland waterways, plus Rye and Lydney harbours. It’s our job to keep these waterways open and safe for a variety of uses, but especially for boating. Around 26,000 boats are kept or used on the waterways we manage. It is a legal requirement for the owners to register these boats with us. We charge for registration so the people who benefit from our navigation... More
    Opened 24 May 2024
  • Lower Idle Asset Management Scheme (LIAMS)

    Lower Idle Asset Management Scheme (LIAMS) West Stockwith Pumping Station (WSPS) The Lower Idle Asset Management Scheme (LIAMS) aims to provide a catchment-based approach to managing flood risk in the Lower Idle through interventions at West Stockwith Pumping Station (WSPS) and complementary risk management solutions. The LIAMS project focusses on the flood risk management of all flood risk assets in the Lower Idle.... More
    Opened 23 May 2024
  • Consultation on the Environment Agency’s Enforcement and sanctions policy

    The Environment Agency is responsible for enforcing laws that protect the environment. We aim to use our enforcement powers efficiently and effectively to secure compliance. Our current enforcement and sanctions policy explains the regulatory and penalty principles we uphold, the enforcement and sanction options available to us, how we make enforcement decision and the enforcement framework for the climate change scheme and the control of mercury regime. ... More
    Opened 21 May 2024
  • Future Flood Resilience for Chelmsford Project- Information Page

    Welcome to the Future Resilience for Chelmsford project page The Environment Agency have created this page to provide easy access to information on the Future Flood Resilience for Chelmsford project. This page will provide the most up to date information on the scheme as it progresses, so please keep checking back for what's new. Last update: May 2024 Photograph above: River Chelmer near Bond Street Background ... More
    Opened 21 May 2024
  • Vale Brook, Chesham - Information Page

    Project Overview The Vale Brook river runs through the centre of Chesham. The river flows mostly underground in a series of buried tunnels (called culverts). Some sections of the culvert are now over 150 years old and they are in varying states of disrepair. View culvert map here The river is fed from groundwater and also the rainfall runoff from the roads via the highway drainage network. There is a risk of flooding from the river if blockages within the culvert... More
    Opened 13 May 2024
  • Programme of measures for Upper Costa Beck

    Welcome to the consultation on updating the programme of measures for Upper Costa Beck. Everyone’s views are welcomed. You can respond online on this website. If you would prefer to respond using a response form, you can download one under 'related documents' below. All responses will be considered. We will publish a summary of your responses on GOV.UK following analysis of responses. The closing date of this consultation has been extended from the 3rd of June to the 24th... More
    Opened 29 April 2024
  • London Colney Property Flood Resilience

    We have created this information page to keep residents informed of current and future project developments in London Colney. We will be updating this page as the project progresses. Flood risk in London Colney What are the Environment Agency and Hertfordshire County Council proposing? What is Property Flood Resilience (PFR)? PFR grant eligibility How will the scheme work? Building your flood resilience Maintenance of Main Rivers ... More
    Opened 26 April 2024
  • Bassetlaw District Flood Risk Information Page

    Bassetlaw District Flood Risk Information Page Overview This page acts a central location for general information related to flooding in the district of Bassetlaw. This is a multi-agency site and will be updated regularly. Contents Latest updates Bassetlaw Map Extent Partners, Roles and Responsibilities Further Information Further Questions Latest Updates Following the Community Drop-in sessions in Worksop (14 March) and Retford... More
    Opened 3 April 2024
  • Worksop Flooding Information Page

    Worksop Flooding Information Page Overview This page acts a specific information page for information on flooding and action taking place in Worksop and the surrounding area. This is a multi-agency site and will be updated regularly. Contents Flooding History Scheme History Latest updates Worksop Map Extent General Bassetlaw Information Pages Further Questions Flooding History Worksop has a history of flooding events in... More
    Opened 3 April 2024
  • Colwyn Road Flood Alleviation Scheme

    Introduction The Burn Valley Beck drains agricultural land to the West of Hartlepool, before flowing Northeast through the residential areas of West Park, passing through a series of trash screens and culverts. The Beck them turns East to flow through Burn Valley Gardens, and a series of trash screens, before discharging into the combined sewer system. Map of the Burn Valley Beck from West Park to Stranton Reviewing the approach to flood risk ... More
    Opened 28 March 2024
  • Bellhouse Landfill Site

    Welcome to the Bellhouse Community Briefing Page We have created this page to provide easy access to information on Bellhouse Landfill Site. Bellhouse Landfill Site is run by the operator Enovert South Limited, under permit reference EPR/NP3736DS. Since November 2023, we have recorded an increased number of reports of odour from Bellhouse Landfill Site off Warren Lane, Colchester, CO3 0NN. We will keep the community up to... More
    Opened 28 March 2024
  • Granville Woodhouse Landfill Information Page

    Page created 26 March 2024. Last updated 20 June 2024. We are sorry to hear that residents have been experiencing problems with odour in the local area. Please be assured that we are working with the operator, Potters (Midlands) Ltd , to resolve these issues. Thank you for visiting our information page.  Background Granville Woodhouse Landfill (also known as Redhill Landfill) has been operational at this location... More
    Opened 26 March 2024
  • Information on Jameson Road Landfill Site, Fleetwood, Lancashire

    We have created this page to provide easy access to information on Jameson Road Landfill Site, Fleetwood, Lancashire. We are continuing to recieve complaints and reports of odour regarding the Jameson Road Landfill Site. We are encouraging residents in the community to continue to report the issue as this helps us to build up a picture of the extent and impact of the odour issue. We will keep the community up to date with any developments on our response to the... More
    Opened 12 March 2024
  • Be Flood Prepared: Respond and Recover Quicker

    Introduction Prepare: take control and be ready Respond: know what to do Recover: protect your personal and financial wellbeing Cleaning and repairs: getting back to normal Introduction This page is for residents and business owners at flood risk. You will find information on preparing for flooding, such as our free Flood Warning Service. We also provide practical advice on responding to flood alerts and warnings. These steps will increase your flood... More
    Opened 7 March 2024
  • Information on Pilsworth South Landfill, Pilsworth Road, Unsworth, Bury BL9 8QZ

    We have created this page to provide easy access to information on Pilsworth South Landfill Site. Since November 2023, we have recorded an increased number of reports of odour from Pilsworth South Landfill site. We will keep the community up to date with any developments on our response to the increased reports and will share any new updates here. Please check back regularly for further information. What you will find in this page: The role of the... More
    Opened 1 March 2024
  • Managing Land Sustainably: Growing high risk crops on vulnerable soils

    Preventing soil erosion and runoff from maize and other high-risk crops that can cause pollution and flooding. Growing high-risk crops, including maize, can cause soil erosion and runoff on high-risk soils. This can lead to flooding and pollution. We strongly recommend that these crops are not grown in high-risk locations. If you still wish to grow maize in high-risk locations, you will need effective measures that can cope with storm events and prolonged wet weather to... More
    Opened 19 February 2024
  • Aycliffe Quarry Landfill Site, Newton Aycliffe, County Durham

    We have created this page for the public to have easy access to information on Aycliffe Quarry Landfill Site. This information includes air quality monitoring data results. The Environment Agency chairs a multi-agency group that has been set up in response to the odours coming from Aycliffe Quarry Landfill Site. The other members of the group are UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), Darlington Borough Council and Durham County Council. The Environment Agency's role is to regulate... More
    Opened 16 February 2024
  • Planetary Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement Trial Information Page

    Planetary Technologies has informed us at the Environment Agency that they wish to delay their formal application for the Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement trial for a period of approximately 6 to 12 months. We will consider a new application as and when we receive it. Planetary Technologies (Planetary) and South West Water (SWW) want to carry out a carbon sequestration trial in St Ives Bay. This aims to lock up carbon dioxide in the ocean, removing it from the... More
    Opened 12 February 2024
  • Guildford Flood Alleviation Scheme

    Introduction The Environment Agency, Guildford Borough Council, and Surrey County Council are working together to find a sustainable flood risk management scheme for Guildford town centre. The scheme will: improve the natural environment build better connections between Guildford town centre and the River Wey Guildford has a long history of flooding from the... More
    Opened 2 February 2024
  • Maidenhead Windsor and Eton Flood Alleviation Scheme

    The Maidenhead, Windsor and Eton Flood Alleviation Scheme The Maidenhead, Windsor and Eton Flood Alleviation Scheme is made up of a combination of different elements in to reduce flood risk in the area. These include Cookham - flood walls, flood gates and earth embankments North Maidenhead - flood walls and an earth embankment The Jubilee Flood Relief Channel These were designed to work together to reduce the risk of flooding to approximately 3,000... More
    Opened 1 February 2024
  • Buckden Landfill Site

    Welcome to Buckden Landfill Site community briefing page. As the primary regulator of Buckden Landfill, we publish this page to share information about the landfill site and to outline some of our activities to keep the public informed. We aim to provide updates monthly. Our Role Our role as an environmental regulator is to work with people and businesses. We provide advice and guidance and help them do the right thing for people... More
    Opened 25 January 2024
  • Heacham bathing waters

    Bathing water season The Bathing Water Regulations 2013 set out the bathing water season, which runs from 15 May to 30 September inclusive each year. We are responsible for sampling for 2 types of bacteria at designated bathing waters during the season. The regulations require the sampling to start just before the season and include some weekend and bank holiday samples, when the largest number of bathers are often present. What does a bathing water designation... More
    Opened 15 January 2024
  • Eardisland Scheme

    We had hoped for a settled start to 2024 however we were saddened to learn that further flooding had impacted the residents of Eardisland in early January, courtesy of Storm Henk. Storm Henk brought heavy and persistent rain to many parts of the UK, causing many rivers to record their highest ever levels. Sadly this also appears to be the case with the River Arrow which lead to some property flooding in the village. As most residents will know all too well, the frequency of... More
    Opened 24 December 2023
  • Peckfield Landfill Site

    Introduction to Peckfield Landfill Site This page has been created to provide further information around our regulation work at Peckfield Landfill Site, Micklefield, operated by Caird Peckfield Limited (CPL). We are aware of the ongoing landfill gas odours currently being experienced by residents of Micklefield and surrounding villages and appreciate that this must be a frustrating and unpleasant situation. Update 13 May 2024 UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA)... More
    Opened 22 December 2023
  • Bletchley Landfill Site

    Welcome to Bletchley Landfill Site community briefing page As the primary regulator of Bletchley Landfill, we publish this page to share information about the landfill site and to outline some of our activities to keep the public informed. We aim to provide updates monthly. Our Objective We are responsible for granting or refusing environmental permits, setting the conditions, and making sure that permit holders comply with them.... More
    Opened 13 December 2023
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