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The impact of your business on the environment is important and failure to comply with environmental laws can result in lost business, reputation damage and prosecution. From the disposal of waste and contaminated land, to permit issues and disputes, our skilled team provides practical solutions to ensure your business complies.
The statutory conservation agencies in the UK have launched a public consultation on proposals for five Special Areas of Conservation.
Enforcement undertakings are increasingly being used as an alternative to prosecutions for businesses who are breaking environmental laws.
The legal status of EU environmental law within the UK will depend on the nature of the negotiated exit agreement.
Natural England has published its conservation strategy for the 21st century, ‘Conservation 21’.
I've worked on a number of projects with Browne Jacobson, notably managing the legal work to create Natural Resources Wales. They have always been professional, flexible where necessary, and focused on delivering our outcomes.
They are very experienced and really know their stuff.
Strong on environmental prosecution work.
Attracts praise for its "excellent overall level of service".
Browne Jacobson LLP’s preeminent practice handles regulatory and transactional matters, and draws on its traditional strength in the public sector to advise clients including the Department of Energy and Climate Change and the Government of Malaysia. Practice head Richard Barlow led due diligence advice to the Welsh Government on the transfer of three Internal Drainage Boards to the Natural Resources Body for Wales.
Clients report that Richard Barlow is 'incredibly knowledgeable, and extremely pleasant, affable and easy to work with.' His public law practice focuses on environmental matters, and more generally on handling judicial reviews for a range of public bodies.
The Financial Conduct Authority has published a feedback statement: the latest effort in its ongoing push to foster competition through innovation.
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