Open Consultations

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  • Open access restriction at West Nab (case number 2014037142) Variation

    The Peak District National Park Authority is seeking views on proposals that will restrict public access to open access land at this site. The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 (CROW Act) gives a public right of access to land mapped as ‘open country’ (mountain, moor, heath and down) or registered common land. These areas are known as ‘open access land’. Much of the ‘coastal margin’ of the England Coast Path is also open access land under the same Act. Landowners have the... More
    Opened 7 June 2024
  • Consultation on UK REACH

    This public consultation on UK REACH which launched on 16th May, will remain open throughout the pre-election period and will close on 11th July as planned. The Government is consulting on changes to reducing costs to businesses moving from EU REACH regime to UK REACH, whilst upholding existing human health and environmental protections. This includes reducing duplication and speeding up decision-making. We are also consulting on proposals to introduce further protections against... More
    Opened 16 May 2024
  • Survey for the UK Best Available Techniques (UK BAT) in the Smitheries & Foundries Sector

    This survey seeks your feedback on the environmental impacts of the Smitheries and Foundries industry in the United Kingdom as part of the 'Best Available Techniques” (BAT) regime for regulated industry. The aim of the BAT process is to bring the UK Smitheries and Foundries industry up to the best standards, launching improvements in environmental protection. We intend to use your views on areas such as sector pollution, the use of materials and overall efficiency to help identify... More
    Opened 15 May 2024
  • Survey for the UK Best Available Techniques (UK BAT) in the Ceramics Sector

    This survey seeks your feedback on the environmental impacts of the Ceramics industry in the United Kingdom as part of the 'Best Available Techniques” (BAT) regime for regulated industry. The aim of the BAT process is to bring the UK Ceramics industry up to the best standards, launching improvements in environmental protection. We intend to use your views on areas such as sector pollution, the use of materials and overall efficiency to help identify the best techniques to minimise... More
    Opened 15 May 2024
  • Survey for the UK Best Available Techniques (UK BAT) in the Slaughterhouses and Animal Byproducts Sector

    This survey seeks your feedback on the environmental impacts of the Slaughterhouses and Animal Byproducts industry in the United Kingdom as part of the 'Best Available Techniques” (BAT) regime for regulated industry. The aim of the BAT process is to bring the UK Slaughterhouses and Animal Byproducts industry up to the best standards, launching improvements in environmental protection. We intend to use your views on areas such as sector pollution, the use of materials and overall... More
    Opened 15 May 2024
  • Food and Drink Assimilated Law Consultation

    Foreword Leaving the European Union (EU) has given us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to review how we make and shape the United Kingdom’s (UK) regulatory framework for food and drink. We are in the process of evaluating assimilated laws inherited from the EU – previously known as retained EU laws (REUL) – to ensure they continue to meet our needs. We are delivering a programme of reforms and revocations to take control of our legislation and regulations, and move... More
    Opened 14 May 2024
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