Principles of Cultural Heritage Impact Assessment
July saw the publication of IEMA’s Principles of Cultural Heritage Impact Assessment, produced in partnership with the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists and the Institute of Historic Building Conservation.Despite the recent loss of Liverpool’s UNESCO World Heritage Site status, the UK is still home to 23 such sites, along with a breathtaking variety of buildings and structures, monuments, parks and gar
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IEMA responds to the Office for Environmental Protection consultation
The Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) ran a consultation earlier this year to gather stakeholders’ views and insights on its strategy and enforcement policy.
The UK government has today launched an eight-week consultation on its plans for legally-binding environmental targets.
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The pandemic seems to have focused minds on the importance of green space, says Aona Stuart
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The Environment Bill returned to Parliament following the Queen’s speech and is making progress through the House of Lords.
The government has announced a delay to the Environment Bill’s passage through Parliament, due to COVID-19 restrictions and a bottleneck of legislation making its way onto the statute book. It is expected that the Bill will receive significant interest in the Lords, and the pause means it will carry over into the next parliamentary session, rather than being rushed through without proper scrutiny, or risking being dropped.