A Manual of Environmental Protection Law: The Pollution Control Functions of the Environment Agency and SEPA

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The Environmental Licences (Suspension and Revocation) Regulations 1996
S.I. 1996 No. 508The Secretary of State, in exercise of powers conferred on him by section 41(6) and (10) of the Environment Act 19951 and of all other powers enabling him in that behalf, hereby makes the following Regulations:
Citation and commencement
1. (1) These Regulations may be cited as the Environment Licences (Suspension and Revocation) Regulations 1996 and shall come into force on 1st April 1996.
Interpretation
2. In these Regulations--"holder" in relation to an environmental licence means the person liable to pay any charges due and payable in respect of the subsistence of that licence.
Notice demanding payment
3. The appropriate procedure, where a new Agency2 proposes to suspend or revoke an environmental licence3 under section 41(6) of the Environment Act 1995,4 is as follows--
a. before taking any action under regulation 5 below to suspend or revoke an environmental licence, the new Agency shall first serve on the holder of the environmental licence a notice demanding payment within twenty-eight days after the service of the notice of any charges due and payable in respect of the subsistence of the licence; and
b. the new Agency shall allow the period of twenty-eight days to expire before taking further action to suspend or revoke the environmental licence.

Contents of notice demanding payment
4. A notice demanding the payment of any charges which is served for the purposes of regulation 3 shall state--
a. that the environmental licence may be suspended or revoked if the charges are not paid within twenty-eight days after the service of the notice; and
b. the effect of suspension or revocation.

Notice of suspension or revocation

5. (1) Suspension or revocation of a licence under section 41(6) of the Environment Act 19955 shall be effected by the service of a notice of suspension or revocation on the holder of the environmental licence.

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1
P.453 above.
2
"New Agency" means the Environment Agency or the Scottish Environment Protection Agency, SEPA: Environment Act 1995, ss.56(1), 124(1).
3
"Environmental licence" defined in s.56(1) of the 1995 Act, p.463 above.
4
P.453 above.
5
P.453 above.

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