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Contaminated land register

Local authorities have a statutory obligation to keep a register of contaminated land.  The information stored on a formal register is that relating to regulatory action and remediation.  The contents are specified at length in the Contaminated Land (England) Regulations 2000 and include the following:

remediation notices
remediation declarations/statements
appeals against notices
designation of special sites
notification of claimed remediation
convictions for offences

This formal register is maintained at the offices of the Environmental Protection Team.  Members of the public are able to view the register free of charge during normal office hours 9.00am until 5.00pm by appointment.  Requests for copies of documents must be made to the Environmental Protection team and a reasonable charge will be made.

However, no sites within the boundary of Nuneaton and Bedworth have been determined as "contaminated land" or a "special site" according to the legislation, therefore there are currently no entries in the register. Currently, no sites have been determined as contaminated land or Special Sites in the Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council area.

Last updated Tuesday, 29th March 2016

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