Environment regulators eye reforms

The Environment Agency is being urged to increase self-assurance and recover more of the costs of regulation from industry.

The recommendation is contained in the findings of a wide-ranging government review of regulatory practice in England that was mounted after regulators said efficiency could be improved if agencies worked together more.

The review, which was led by regulators themselves, proposes a shift towards what it calls ‘regulated self-assurance’. The ...

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