Defra promised they will listen so it's time to be heard

The start to 2019 has been just as hectic as I suggested in my last blog, even though the Defra consultations have been delayed by a few weeks.

The last two weeks have been particularly full on, with lots of different opportunities to ...

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Gove is providing some sort of stability- for now

Our Government saw no fewer than nine ministerial resignations over Brexit in 2018.

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There's high hopes for the sector if you embrace change

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Waiting for the Strategy with bated breath

Defra’s Resources and Waste Strategy is still due to be published before the end of the year.

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