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BDB Pitmans LLP | United Kingdom | 7 Nov 2007

Environmental information regulations who qualifies as a ‘public authority?’

Three recent decisions relating to Environmental Resources Management (ERM), Network Rail, and The Port of London Authority have shed light on the meaning of ‘public authority’ under the Environmental Information Regulations (the Regulations), establishing that private organisations which carry out public functions relating to the environment may fall within the scope of the Regulations.

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