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New EIA Directive – What Does It Mean For Your Developments?
For many years the benefits of setting up offshore structures were clearly defined and throughout the last 20 years the offshore funds and SPV administration industries have thrived.
UK
4 Jan 2017
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New Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards For Commercially Let Properties From April 2018
The law on environmental requirements for commercial property is changing. This bulletin tells you what you need to know.
UK
19 Mar 2015
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Checks And Balances – Public Authority Enforcement Powers
In recent times there appears to have been an increasing trend of public authorities using the arm of the law to seize assets under the criminal code.
UK
22 Jul 2014
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Environmental Reporting Moving Into The Limelight
For some time the climate change responsibilities of companies have played second fiddle to other factors.
UK
23 Jul 2013
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Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting For Corporates
Wedlake Bell was first to comment in October 2010 that the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme should be replaced with a simple carbon tax and mandatory greenhouse gas reporting.
UK
26 Jun 2013
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In Counsel - The New CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme Order 2013
The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme Order 2013 will soon replace in its entirety the 2010 Order for the operation of the now much criticised CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme.
UK
9 May 2013
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Mandatory GHG Emissions Reporting Is On Its Way
After some significant delay and indecision by the Government, it has now been determined that quoted companies must from 2013 report on a mandatory basis on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as part of the directors’ report.
UK
30 Oct 2012
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Defra Proposals For Measuring And Reporting Of Greenhouse Gas Emissions By UK Companies
As we have previously reported, Defra (the UK Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) has been considering whether companies should be measuring and annually reporting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions: there was a significant consultation last year and Defra was supposed to have come to a firm conclusion on the point by 6 April 2012.
UK
20 Jul 2012
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Energy Performance Certificates
Given that the building sector is thought to account for about 50% of the UK’s total carbon dioxide emissions both energy efficiency and climate change issues are set to feature highly in the regulation of the property sector in 2008.
UK
30 Jul 2008
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