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Vol 24 No 4 April/May 2019

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Contaminated Land 3rd ed


ISBN13: 9780414053205
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780421966208
Published: November 2018
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £240.00



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This new 3rd edition draws together into one volume all of the law and policy relating to contaminated land, including both the statutory regime under Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and other liability regimes such as water pollution, waste, ractioactivity, pollution prevention and control, common law and the EU Liability Directive. It also covers the practical aspects of development and clean-up, the commercial implications, the international context and the complex technical issues.

Key features:-

  • Draws together into one volume all the law and policy relating to contaminated land, including both the regime set up under Part IIA of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and other liability regimes such as water pollution, waste, radioactivity, pollution prevention and control (PPC), common law, and the EC Liability Directive
  • Covers the practical aspects of development and clean-up, including site investigation, planning and building control, waste disposal, contracts and funding
  • Explains the commercial implications, including due diligence, information sources, appointment of consultants, property and corporate transactions, funding, insolvency, and insurance
  • Puts the subject into an international context, looking at EU initiatives, contaminated land in other jurisdictions, and multi-national transactions
  • Provides expert guidance on the increasingly complex technical issues, such as standards and guidelines, risk, investigation and assessment, remediation, and monitoring
  • Includes a selection of precedents to assist with the drafting of the necessary notices and other documents
  • Discusses all relevant new case law

Subjects:
Environmental Law
Contents:
SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 The Evolution of Part IIA

SECTION 2 PART IIA
Chapter 3 Investigation and Identification of Contaminated Land
Chapter 4 Remediation Notices
Chapter 5 Liability
Chapter 6 Enforcement, Appeals and Registers
Chapter 7 Radioactively Contaminated Land

SECTION 3 OTHER REGIMES
Chapter 8 Environmental Permitting
Chapter 9 Waste
Chapter 10 Water
Chapter 11 COMAH
Chapter 12 Health and safety
Chapter 13 Environmental Liability

SECTION 4 PRIVATE LAW
Chapter 14 Common Law
Chapter 15 Statutory Causes of Action

SECTION 5 TRANSACTIONS
Chapter 16 Use of Consultants
Chapter 17 Information Sources and Environmental Reports
Chapter 18 Property Transactions
Chapter 19 Corporate Transactions and Insolvency
Chapter 20 Insurance

SECTION 6 DEVELOPMENT OF CONTAMINATED LAND
Chapter 21 Planning Permission
Chapter 22 Other Legislation

SECTION 7
Chapter 23 Technical Issues
Chapter 24 Valuation

APPENDIX Forms and Precedents