• Rampion Wind Farm Granted Development Consent

    The Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change has today granted development consent to E.On Renewables for the Rampion offshore wind farm, a nationally significant infrastructure project.

    17Jul2014

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  • Strategic Rail Freight Interchange, Colne Valley

    The Secretary of State has issued his long awaited decision on Helioslough’s appeal against St. Albans City & District Council’s refusal to grant planning permission for a Strategic Rail Freight Interchange at Colne Valley, Hertfordshire.

    16Jul2014

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  • EDF Energy Granted Planning Permission for Projects Building at Sizewell B Nuclear Power Station

    EDF Energy Granted Planning Permission for Projects Building at Sizewell B Nuclear Power Station

    09Jul2014

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  • Nuclear Consultant, Mick Bacon, joins Zyda Law

    Mick Bacon joins Zyda Law as a Consultant

    08Jul2014

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  • DCO Granted for DIRFT III Rail Freight Project

    The Secretary of State for Transport has granted Development Consent for the expansion of the existing Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal (DIRFT) by the construction and operation of a new 8 million square ft extension rail link to a replacement interchange.

    04Jul2014

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  • Winner: Zyda Law Boutique Firm of the Year – National category at The Lawyer Awards 2014

    Winner: Zyda Law Boutique Firm of the Year – National category at The Lawyer Awards 2014

    27Jun2014

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  • The Infrastructure Bill.

    As part of its programme of legislation for the next parliamentary session, set out in the Queen's Speech on Wednesday 4th June 2014, the government introduced a series of policies and proposals, some of which are contained in the new Infrastructure Bill. The primary aim of the Bill is to improve how the government funds, plans and manages national infrastructure projects.

    17Jun2014

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  • Knowingly Permit Breach of Environmental Permit – Landowners Criminal Liability

    The Court of Appeal have ruled that a landowner can be held criminally liable for a breach of the environmental permitting regulations carried out on their land by a third party where they have knowledge of the regulated act taking place

    13Jun2014

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  • A Long-term Solution to the UK’s Nuclear Waste Management Problem – the Geological Disposal Facility

    For nearly four decades, the UK Government has been seeking a long-term management solution for the UK’s high and intermediate level radioactive waste (‘HLW’/‘ILW’). DECC have chosen the method of geological disposal and have started a site selection process, but in January 2013, after reaching Stage 3 of the process, Cumbria County Council rejected further proposals for hosting a Geological Disposal Facility.

    19May2014

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  • Wellesbourne Matters

    Zyda Law have been instructed by a new action group formed to promote and preserve Wellesbourne Airfield from the threat of new housing development as part of Stratford Upon Avon District Council’s Core Strategy

    16May2014

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