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Our April 2017 edition includes:  

  • What Brexit will mean for environmental health
  • Profile of Shirley Cramer, head of RSPH
  • Twentieth anniversary of Water for Kids
  • Birth of the Ministry of Health

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CIEH gears up for election

Housing

CIEH gears up for election

William Hatchett20/04/2017 - 14:00

CIEH has pledged to present the UK’s new government with a manifesto of environmental health priorities, following the general election.  

New head for agency

Food Safety

New head for agency

William Hatchett20/04/2017 - 14:00

Heather Hancock, chairman of the Food Standards Agency, has confirmed that she has appointed Jason Feeney CBE as chief executive of the agency

Research centre announced

Housing

Research centre announced

Katie Coyne20/04/2017 - 14:00

A £7.5m housing research centre is being tasked with providing ‘rigorous housing evidence’ for UK policy makers to help tackle the housing crisis.   

Significant powers begin

Housing

Significant powers begin

Katie Coyne20/04/2017 - 14:00

Rogue landlords can now be fined up to £30,000 by local authorities as part of a raft of measures being brought in to tackle poor housing in England.

Largest fine for Brighton

Housing

Largest fine for Brighton

Katie Coyne20/04/2017 - 14:00

Brighton and Hove City Council has secured its largest fine against a rogue landlord who put the lives of his tenants ‘in danger’.

Pub smoking ban denied

Public Health

Pub smoking ban denied

Katie Coyne20/04/2017 - 14:00

A ban on smoking in pub gardens and outside restaurants widely publicised before Easter was made up

Waste criminal jailed in one of Environment Agency’s biggest cases

Environmental Protection

Waste criminal jailed in one of Environment Agency’s biggest cases

Stuart Spear04/04/2017 - 14:41

A company director has been sentenced to 15 months in prison for running illegal waste sites

FSA changes risk increased costs with little benefit

Food Safety

FSA changes risk increased costs with little benefit

Stuart Spear04/04/2017 - 15:02

A leading food safety expert has warned that FSA plans under the Regulating our Future agenda risks increased bureaucracy and cost to business.

Butcher sold meat to restaurants illegally

Food Safety

Butcher sold meat to restaurants illegally

Katie Coyne04/04/2017 - 15:40

‘Impressive detective’ work has led to the prosecution of a Forest of Dean butcher for serious food hygiene offences.

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