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Environmental Law Handbook


Planning and environmental law

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23 December 2010

Law Society Publishing


234 x 156mm
352 pages

Environmental Law Handbook
7th edition

Valerie Fogleman, Trevor Hellawell and Andrew Wiseman


This trusted handbook provides an accessible and concise guide to the effect ofenvironmental law on property, financial and business transactions. In addition tobeing comprehensively updated, the 7th edition benefits from an improved breadth ofcoverage brought by its new authors and now includes:

  • new chapters on: climate change, environmental damage, insolvency and planningand development
  • practical advice on how to identify risks and mitigate environmental liabilities
  • analysis of the impact of the recent legislation, including: the Climate ChangeAct 2008, Environmental Damage Regulations 2009 and Environmental PermittingRegulations 2008
  • a substantial range of precedents, including: clauses intended to pass liability to the purchaser, agreement on liabilities under Part IIA, client care letter clauses, sample lease clauses and share purchase agreements.


1. Environmental liabilities;
2. Contaminated land;
3. Environmental damage regulations;
4. Climate change;
5. Obtaining and interpreting environmental informaton;
6. Residential property transactions;
7. Commercial property transactions;
8. Corporate transactions;
9. Planning and development;
10. Use and engagement of environmental consultants;
11. Funding and borrowing transactions;
12. Insolvency;
13. Environmental insurance;