Guidance

RGN 3: Deciding applications are duly made and requests for further information

Checking the application is adequate to begin determining and whether any more information is needed.

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This guidance has been withdrawn because it has been reclassified as internal Environment Agency guidance following The Smarter Guidance review.

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RGN No. 3 Deciding applications are duly made and requests for further information

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This guidance covers what is required to make an application ‘duly made’ for the purposes of the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010. The guidance is aimed at applications for new permits but is also relevant to applications for variations, transfers and surrenders.

Published 2 February 2011