2 edition of Environmental Protection Act 1990 Part IIA: Contaminated land found in the catalog.
Environmental Protection Act 1990 Part IIA: Contaminated land
Great Britain. Contaminated Land and Liabilities Division.
by Great Britain, Contaminated Land and Liabilities Division in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Consultation on draft statutory guidance on contaminated land.|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Welsh Office., Great Britain. Scottish Office.|
The Environment Act (the Act) has established a regime for the identification and remediation of Contaminated Land. The provisions are set out in Section 57 of the Act, which inserts Part IIA into the Environmental Protection Act In addition to these. Executive Summary: Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act provides local authorities with a system for identifying land which is posing an unacceptable risk to human health or other named receptors; and where risks cannot be managed by other means, provides powers to ensure land is remediated by a person or party deemed responsible under the Act. The Contaminated Land .
Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act places a duty on each local authority to inspect their area for the purposes of identifying, investigating and assessing potentially contaminated land. Ladyburn Tannery Remediation Works. If such land is determined to be Contaminated Land, the local authority must then secure its remediation. Contaminated Land Register The regime for the identification and remediation of contaminated land is laid out in Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act The primary regulatory role rests with local authorities such as Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council.
requirements of Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act (inserted by Section 57 of the Environment Act ), which introduces a new statutory regime for the identification and control of contaminated land and which came into force in England as of 1 st April Under new contaminated land provisions contained within Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act introduced on 1st April , each Council has a duty to inspect its area to identify land which meets the statutory definition of contaminated land and ensure that .
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Contaminated Land, Environmental Protection ACTPart 2a: Defra Circular1 on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Contaminated Land, Environmental Protection ACTPart 2a: Defra Circular1. The contaminated land regime under Part 2A of the Environmental Protection Act is one of the main policy measures used to deal with this legacy.
It provides a means of identifying and remediating land that poses a significant risk to health or the environment, where there is no alternative Size: KB. Environmental Protection Act Part IIA Radioactive Contaminated Land Statutory Guidance Presented to Parliament pursuant to section 78YA of the Environmental Protection Act as amended by section 57 of the Environment Act Contaminated land: implementation of part IIa of the Environmental Protection Act Author(s): Nathanail, P.
Author Affiliation: Land Quality Management, School of Chemical Environmental and Mining Engineering, University of Nottingham, Nottingham NG7 2RD, by: The contaminated land regime, which is provided for in Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act (the Act) as inserted by section 57 of the Environment Actcame into force in.
the Act means the Environm ental Protection Act as amended. the radioactive contaminated land r egime is used to mean the regime established by Part 2A. The terms contaminant, pollutant and substance as used in this.
Environmental Protection Act - Part IIA Contaminated Land: statutory guidance edition 2 9 - Determining Liability Supporting files.
Environmental Protection Act ; Part IIA. Contaminated Land Register The Council has a duty to maintain a register (under section 78R(1)) which includes details of remediation notices which have. The contaminated land regime, which is provided for in Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act (the Act) as inserted by section 57 of the Environment Actcame into force in Scotland on 14 July Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act provides powers to deal mainly with severe problems of Contaminated Land.
Environmental Protection Act CHAPTER 43 [F1PART IIA CONTAMINATED LAND Textual Amendments F1 Pt. IIA (ss. 78AYC) inserted (in force at for certain purposes only, at Environmental Protection ActPart IIA is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 13 May There are changes that may be brought into force at a future date.
Changes that have been made appear in the content and are referenced with annotations. Draws together into one volume all of the law and policy relating to contaminated land, including both the statutory regime under Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act and other liability regimes such as water pollution, waste, ractioactivity, pollution prevention and control, common law and the EU Liability Directive.
Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act was therefore introduced by section 57 of the Environment Act It is intended that this new legislation will complement existing controls.
The regime for the identification and remediation of contaminated land is laid out in Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act The primary regulatory role rests with local authorities.
Part 2A of the Environmental Protection Act is the legislation that the contaminated land team enforces. Information on the Part 2A regime can be found on the Department of the Environment.
Contaminated Land [Stephen Tromans QC] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book provides a one-stop reference source, accessible to both the specialist and non-specialist Contaminated Land: Stephen Tromans QC: : Books.
Environmental Protection Act c. 43 Part IIA CONTAMINATED LAND This version in force from: April 1, to present (version 10 of 10) The text of this provision varies depending on jurisdiction or other application. See parallel texts relating to: England | Wales | Scotland England [78A.— Preliminary.
Contaminated land statutory guidance This guidance is intended to explain how local authorities should implement the regime on contaminated land. Published 10 April Get this from a library. Contaminated land: the new regime: part IIa of the Environmental Protection Act [Stephen Tromans; Robert Turrall-Clarke].
to contaminated land previously identified under section 78B of the Environmental Protection Act Part IIA (the EPA ). The location and extent of the contaminated land to which the remediation statement relates.Under the new contaminated land provisions contained in Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Acteach local authority has to “cause its area to be inspected from time to time for the.The Environment Act has established a regime for the identification and remediation of Contaminated Land.
The provisions are set out in Section 57 of that Act, which inserts Part IIA into the Environmental Protection Act In addition to these requirements the operation of the regime is subject to regulation and statutory guidance.