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Are you ready for 2021?

We know working with legislation is hard and time consuming.

Just when you think you're on top of everything and its almost Christmas, you have a slow, painful realisation that 2021 me...

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Cedrec Homeshow coming soon!

Normally by now we're putting the finishing touches to next years Legislation Update Roadshow - finalising venues, booking train tickets and working out how to squeeze hundreds of brochures into Ga...

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Cedrec and COVID-19

In these uncertain times, we feel its right to let you all know what we're doing here at Cedrec in light of the on-going development of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The health and wellbeing of ou...

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New legal protection for culture and heritage

Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick has announced new laws aimed at protecting cultural and historical heritage in England. The new protection will mainly cover statues, plaques and other monument...

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Data maps over 21,000 old landfills in England and Wales

Analysis of official data has mapped more than 21,000 old landfills across England and Wales. The data, put together by the Ends Report, has located landfills around the UK with waste categori...

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Global temperatures could stabilize in decades

New research from scientists indicates that if net-zero emissions were achieved that a climate disaster could be stopped.

For a long time, it has been assumed that any achievement of net-ze...

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UK chemicals regime launched

UK REACH, the UK's new independent chemicals regulatory framework began on 1 January 2021.

Businesses which make, sell or distribute chemicals into Great Britain will now need to follo...

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Plans for quayside in Gateshead to proceed

Plans for a new complex on Gateshead Quayside are set to go forward despite some opposition from residents at nearby flats.

A £260 million arena complex is set to be built on Gateshea...

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Storm Bella blows up record wind power

Great Britain has set a new record for wind power generation this Boxing Day.

50.7% of Britian's electricity was provided for when Storm Bella hit with huge winds of up to 100mph. During Ap...

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Development consent order granted for up to 231 turbines

An offshore wind farm has been granted a development consent order by Energy secretary Alok Sharma.

Hornsea One has already started production this year, and Hornsea Two is currently under...

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Compensation for Milton Keynes residents

Residents of Milton Keynes will be given compensation after a new warehouse has been allowed to double in height.

Residents are expected to receive up £50 to £150, with complain...

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Green Alliance investigates 2020 green policies

Green Alliance have drawn up a net zero policy tracker to summarise progress made by the Government in 2020.

The think tank have looked at progress in decarbonisation in the following key a...

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Company fined after worker develops serious respiratory illness

An engineering company has been fined after a worker developed hypersensitive pneumonitis, a serious and irreversible respiratory illness, as a result of occupational exposure to welding fumes and...

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Mountain hares at risk due to failing to adapt to climate change

Mountain hares in Scotland are failing to adapt to climate change, leaving them more vulnerable to predators.

As snow begins to fall mountain hares camouflage themselves by shedding their d...

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Supreme Court overturns block on Heathrow's third runway

The Supreme Court has overturned a Court of Appeal ruling that the Airports National Policy Statement (ANPS) was unlawful, meaning that a development...

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