Contents: Environmental Law Review - Volume 13 Issue 3 2011


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151 Opinion

  • Planning Reform – ‘The Continuous Revolution’ Meets the Legal Minefield - Hugh Ellis


  • 155 Regulatory Agencies and Regulatory Change: Breaking Out of the Routine Elizabeth A. Kirk and Alison D. Reeves
  • 169 Science and Environmental Law: Collaboration across the Double Helix John McEldowney and Sharron McEldowney
  • 199 Legislation and Policy The EU Directive on Industrial Emissions: Squaring the Circle of Integrated, Harmonised and Ambitious Technology Standards? Bettina Lange
  • 205 Case Note Bats or Buses – A Battle for a Beeching Cast-off - Lynda M. Warren
  • 215 Update - Burges Salmon LLP

Book Review

  • 242 Andy Wightman, The Poor Had No Lawyers: Who Owns Scotland (and How They Got It)

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