Are you at risk where a tenant breaches its environmental permit?

By Sophie Wilkinson

Landlords could be at risk of significant liability where tenants operate environmental permits on site.

We have seen a number of cases where tenants operating waste processes on site under environmental permits have gone into administration or got into financial difficulty. Often the tenants are in breach of the terms of their environmental permit and have been for some time. Sites have been left piled with waste…

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