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News headlines Oct 19

10.10.19  Fish Legal secures substantial settlement for coarse and carp fishery blighted by silt pollution

Fish Legal has achieved a substantial out-of-court settlement for a coarse and carp fishery member near Bristol, part of whose fishery was blighted by discoloured water pollution from a neighbour’s land.

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13.09.19  Iconic chalk stream faces new abstraction threat

Just a year after Southern Water were forced to temper their water abstraction ambitions on the lower River Test and commit to major long-term infrastructure investments instead, they have now applied for a drought permit to allow increased abstraction this summer, justified by an alleged ‘exceptional shortage of rain’.

02.09.19  Fish Legal warns Teifi polluter to expect a claim for damages

Pencefn Feeds Ltd, the owner of the anaerobic digestor responsible for the davastating pollution on the river Teifi in 2016 which killed tens of thousands of fish, has been warned to expect a claim for damages by local angling groups.

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26.07.19  Angling Trust and Fish Legal appoint successful angling all-rounder and business leader as new Chief Executive

The Angling Trust and Fish Legal are delighted to announce that their next Chief Executive will be Jamie Cook - a highly successful coarse angler with extensive business experience - who will be joining them later this year.

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06.06.19  Fish Legal wins High Court challenge over Kendal sewage outfall

The High Court has ruled that a decision by Cumbria County Council to allow United Utilities to continue using a temporary sewage outfall at Kendal Wastewater Treatment Works for another 12 months was unlawful.

Contact: Fish Legal - Eastwood House | 6 Rainbow Street | Leominster | HR6 8DQ | Tel: 01568 620447

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