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With the Government’s current interest in the environment and all things ‘green’, the legislation that affects the further and higher education sector is changing all the time. With new Acts of Parliament, changing regulations and updates to guidelines, it is hard for anyone to keep track but knowing how to comply is a must. These updates are only accessible to EAUC Members.

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Recently, the most substantial change to UK legislation affecting universities and colleges has been the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Amendment Regulations 2011, updating the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010.

Disclaimer: The information presented here provides an overview of legislation relevant to tertiary education. It does not constitute professional legal advice and in all cases where you intend to give an opinion or act on the content expressed here you should first obtain such advice.

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