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Property owner prosecuted for spread of Japanese knotweed

United Kingdom - January 16 2019 Bristol City Council has used its powers under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 to prosecute a property owner for allowing the...

Lucy Shepherd.

When an occupier’s waste becomes a landowner’s problem

United Kingdom - December 31 2018 A landowner has been convicted and fined after his tenants illegally stockpiled waste wood on his land. This is just the latest in a series of cases...

Joanne Sear.

Business energy efficiency reporting - goodbye CRC, hello SECR

United Kingdom - November 22 2018 After abolishing the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme, the government has made regulations requiring additional reporting by quoted companies, large...

Grace Mitchell.

NPPF - Climate Change

United Kingdom - July 27 2018 NPPF 2 has landed and with it are changes to the government's stance on climate change. What remains to be seen is how these changes will tie in with...

A knotty problem strikes again

United Kingdom - July 25 2018 The Court of Appeal has recently clarified the basis on which landowners with Japanese knotweed on their land may be liable to adjoining land owners...

Lucy Shepherd.