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SEPA Compliance Scheme to focus on major breaches

Scottish Land & Estates has this week responded to SEPA’s latest consultation on its Compliance Assessment Scheme (CAS).  We were happy to support SEPA’s main aim of refocusing effort on those making major breaches of legislation, rather than concentrating overly on those with minor breaches.  However, we have asked for proposals to include non-payment of fees and non-return of data in the “Major Breaches” criteria to be rethought.   To read our full response click here...

 

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