24th April 2017
The Government has applied to the High Court to delay publishing their air quality plans before the snap election on 8 June citing purdah rules much to the CIEH's frustration
8th March 2017
While less tax receipts from the sugar tax is a welcome development, the Chancellor's Budget missed the opportunity to improve the UK's air quality.
2nd March 2017
Following the release of the English Housing Survey, CIEH says there
is an urgent need to improve conditions for renters.
7th February 2017
Government's plans to extend tenancy agreements is a step in the right direction, while conditions in the private rented sector need to be fit for purpose.
26th January 2017
CIEH has said that even one person sleeping on the streets in England is a travesty as DCLG statistics show an increase in the number of rough sleepers.
24th January 2017
The issue of acrylamide is nothing new and consumers would
be wise to follow the FSA’s simple and effective advice, says CIEH.
24th January 2017
The state of air pollution in London is a worrying concern and more action needs to be taken now says CIEH.
19th January 2017
The National Audit Office has published an overview of the housing market
in England and CIEH is concerned about the lack of housebuilding and inability to meet demand.
10th January 2017
The European Commission has published new initiatives to protect workers' health and safety, with CIEH raising concerns for what will happen to the UK in a post-Brexit world.
9th January 2017
Following the publication
of the Environmental Audit Committee’s report into the future of the natural
environment after the EU Referendum, CIEH welcomes proposals for a new Environmental Protection Act.
5th January 2017
CIEH welcomes the Government’s proposals to expand the affordable housing programme to help reduce pressure on the private rented sector.