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Practitioners should make this book their starting point when dealing with the impact of environmental law on planning procedures. The opening chapters provide a clear and comprehensive introduction charting the development of environmental law over recent years, both in the UK and EC, giving practitioners all the relevant background information they need.
The work is aimed at those in private practice and local authorities alike and provides a thorough examination of the law and procedure surrounding environmental planning. It explains, practically, how to implement and interpret the effects that environmental law has had on the planning process. Individual chapters are devoted to an examination of the specific regulations governing: pollution control, waste, noise, air pollution and water supply.
Throughout the text the experienced authors provide a wealth of advice for the practitioner involved in this area. The text is well illustrated with handy flow-charts, and tables and diagrams demonstrating the procedures that must be followed.