Open consultations

5 results

  • PPC/A/5006420 - Howden Eggs Limited: Howden Farm, Gifford - PPC Permit Application

    It's part of SEPA’s remit to maintain a high-quality environment by setting permit conditions which limit the impacts associated with installations operating under Pollution Prevention and Control (PPC) Part A regulations. Application details We received an application from Howden Eggs Limited for a permit to operate an installation at Howden Farm, Gifford, East Lothian, EH41 4JS. Howden Eggs Limited are proposing an additional 32,000... More
    Closes 7 May 2024
  • Consultation on Potentially Vulnerable Areas (PVAs) for Flood Risk Management in Scotland 2024

    What are Potentially Vulnerable Areas (PVAs)? Potentially Vulnerable Areas (PVAs) are areas where significant flood risk exists now, or is likely to occur in the future, and they help Scotland to understand and prioritise where work could benefit the most. They are a vital part of protecting people, properties, businesses, communities, infrastructure, and our environment. The PVAs are updated and published every six years. They were first... More
    Closes 24 June 2024
  • Advertised applications under the Water Environment (Controlled Activities) (Scotland) Regulations 2011

    Operators who require to carry out certain activities in and around the water environment for pollution control, abstraction, impoundment and engineering require an authorisation issued by SEPA under the Water Environment (Controlled Activities) (Scotland) Regulations 2011 to undertake their activities. SEPA, through regulation, will maintain a high-quality environment by setting authorisation conditions which limit the impacts associated with these activities and then by ensuring... More
    Closes 4 April 2025
  • Consultation under Industrial Emissions Directive

    Operators of Part A activities require a permit issued by SEPA under the Pollution Prevention and Control (Scotland) Regulations 2012 (PPC) in order to be able to undertake their activities. SEPA, through regulation, will maintain a high-quality environment by setting permit conditions which limit the impacts associated with installations and then by ensuring that operators comply with these conditions. Under the Industrial Emissions Directive , we publicly consult... More
    Closes 14 April 2027
  • Finfish aquaculture: Advertised applications under the Water Environment (Controlled Activities) (Scotland) Regulations 2011

    SEPA, as one of a number of organisations regulating finfish aquaculture, will maintain a high quality environment by setting permit conditions which limit the impacts associated with fish farms and then by ensuring that operators comply with these conditions. On this aquaculture hub, you’ll find a list of open consultations for marine pen fish farm applications. You can send us any comments here. As part of our determination, SEPA will... More
    Closes 30 June 2027
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