Posted on 11th January 2015 by Penny Petitioning: if a nine year-old can do it, so can you! Alex Rukin, who will be the youngest ever witness to a select committee on Monday 12th January, explains how to petition the Hybrid Bill. Related content: The Stop HS2 comprehensive guide to petitioning the Hybrid Bill Stop HS2 Response to Petitioning Consultation Petitioning the House of Lords on HS2 Action at Colne Valley more successful than ever hoped for So what can you do for me, My Lord? Tags: News News
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The question is about the addition of land take over the sizes within the EIA Directive and Regulation that require their EIAs and many would propose need SEAs.
Getting the arrangments in place to challenge all the addtional land take requirements for biodiversity and spoil dumping and for construction sites that are not following processes that others would have to follow requires land owners and communities and councils that own and occupy areas of land to be ready with legal and procedural challenges please.