Environmental management – collection

Abstracting or impounding water: notices of applications made

View a list of applications that have been submitted to the Environment Agency for a licence to abstract or impound water.

The Environment Agency has the power to decide whether or not to grant licences to abstract or impound water in England.

Notices are given, in accordance with Section 37 of the Water Resources Act 1991 and Regulation 6 of the Water Resources (Abstraction and Impounding) Regulations 2006 that applications have been made to the Environment Agency.

If you are concerned about a proposal you have a chance to comment.

Notices are published for 28 days.

Vary or revoke licence applications

A list of applications made to vary or cancel (revoke) existing licences to abstract or impound water.

  1. Tunnel Tech North Limited: application made to abstract water

    • Notice

Environment Agency proposals to vary or revoke existing licences

Notices detailed below include any proposals by the Environment Agency (or at the directions of the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs or the Welsh Ministers) to vary or revoke a licence of any type.

  1. R G Small, Esq: proposal made to revoke a licence

    • Notice
  2. Arla Foods Limited: proposal to vary a licence to abstract water.

    • Notice
  3. Lawrence Trescher: proposal to vary a licence to abstract water

    • Notice
  4. Environment Agency: notice of Barmby Barrage short-term trials proposal

    • Notice
  5. Yorkshire Water Services Limited: notice of Washburn Valley compensation releases trial proposal

    • Notice

Licensing decision statements

The Environment Agency publish summary details of applications which they refuse and those which they grant that have attracted a lot of interest.

  1. Catfield Fen: decision on licence application

    • Decision
  2. Teddington and Ham Hydro Co-operative Limited: decision on licence application

    • Decision
  3. Hol Beck: decision on licence application

    • Decision
  4. Bedfordia Farms Limited: decision on licence application

    • Decision