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EHN March 2017 

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Our March 2017 edition includes:  

  • Tackling rogue landlords in Sheffield
  • Overcrowded housing in London
  • Bristol’s housing hazard show house
  • Latest prosecutions and legal analysis

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Abattoir cuts despite poor hygiene standards

Food Safety

Abattoir cuts despite poor hygiene standards

Katie Coyne22/02/2017 - 15:54

Cuts to FSA abattoir inspections are to go ahead despite growing concerns about failing hygiene standards.

Call for new laws to combat ‘pop up’ shishas

Health and Safety

Call for new laws to combat ‘pop up’ shishas

Stuart Spear22/02/2017 - 16:03

Brent Council has written to home secretary Amber Rudd calling for new powers to tackle shisha bars blighting neighbourhoods with anti-social behaviour.

Hotels across UK are failing food hygiene standards

Food Safety

Hotels across UK are failing food hygiene standards

Stuart Spear23/02/2017 - 11:13

Which? has revealed that hundreds of hotels across the UK, including those with four and five star ratings, are failing basic food hygiene standards.

New bill to place duty on councils to cut homelessness

Housing

New bill to place duty on councils to cut homelessness

Katie Coyne22/02/2017 - 15:36

Homeless charities have been cheering the passage of a new bill that could force local authorities to take a more preventative role in tackling homelessness.

Tough new air quality rules for London

Environmental Protection

Tough new air quality rules for London

Stuart Spear22/02/2017 - 15:46

London Mayor, Sadiq Khan, has announced the launch of the ‘toughest emission standard of any world city’ later this year for the capital.

US public health too important to leave to Pruitt

Public Health

US public health too important to leave to Pruitt

Heather Leibowitz 22/02/2017 - 16:27

Leading environment and health campaigner Heather Leibowitz argues that last Friday's appointment of Scott Pruitt as head of the US EPA is a serious set back.

Last chance for UK over air quality

Environmental Protection

Last chance for UK over air quality

Stuart Spear22/02/2017 - 15:30

The European Commission has sent a final warning to the UK for failing to address its repeated breaches of air pollution limits for nitrogen dioxide.

CIEH calls for wider banning orders

Housing

CIEH calls for wider banning orders

Will Hatchett22/02/2017 - 16:13

CIEH calls for offences that would trigger banning orders for rogue landlords under the Housing and Planning Act to be widened.

Trump’s ‘base’ suffers worst from environment and health cuts

Public Health

Trump’s ‘base’ suffers worst from environment and health cuts

Stuart Spear08/02/2017 - 15:19

Five of the six states most likely to be worst affected by the Trump administrations onslaught on environmental and health legislation voted Republican in the recent US elections.

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