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Reservoir Safety in England and Wales: Implementation of Amendments to the Reservoirs Act 1975
The Flood and Water Management Act 2010 included a number of provisions amending the Reservoirs Act 1975. The basis for these proposed changes were to ensure reservoir safety in England and Wales is based on a proportionate risk management basis. Chief...
[Policy Work/Consultation response archive] - [31 May 2012]
CLA Response to the draft Catchment Flood management Plans for the River Trent
The Catchment Flood Management Plan (CFMP) sets out a strategy for managing flood risk across the area in the next 50-100 years. These are CLA's comments on the proposed plan.
[In_Your_Area/East Midlands/Consultation response archive] - [14 May 2010]
Proposals for Time Limiting of water Abstraction Licences
Defra has consulted on proposals to introduce a system of imposing time limits on all abstraction licences. The CLA is concerned that, whilst the proposals may have merit, the case has not been made out in the consultation. Before a whole new...
[Policy Work/Consultation response archive] - [19 August 2009]
The Private Water Supplies (Wales) Regulations 2009
The CLA does not agree with the proposed changes to the charging structure and questions the over-bureaucratic nature of the proposals in this consultation.
[Policy Work/Consultation response archive] - [5 June 2009]
The Private Water Supplies (England) Regulations 2008
The regulations would require Local Authorities to complete risk assessments of all small and large suppliers within 5 years of the regulations coming into force. Risk assessments will involve surveying the private water supply to minimise the...
[Policy Work/Consultation response archive] - [17 December 2008]
Water Resources Strategy for England & Wales
The Environment Agency recently consulted on the future of water resources over the next few decades. The pressures on our water resources are growing. More houses are being built, the population is increasing and all sectors are using more water. ...
[Policy Work/Consultation response archive] - [7 November 2007]
The Natural Mineral Water, Spring Water and Bottled Drinking Water (England) Regulations 2006
The CLA are supportive of the recommendation to produce one Statutory Instrument as this will produce clarity for producers and Local Authority. Although the CLA does ask for further work to be carried out to ensure that small producers are not impacted...
[Policy Work/Consultation response archive] - [23 August 2006]
River Basin Planning Guidance
The River Basin Planning Guidance is a Defra strategic framework of advice for the Environment Agency to follow. The CLA response concentrated on the importance of industry representation on the liaison panels for each River District Basin. It also...
[Policy Work/Consultation response archive] - [13 March 2006]
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