Advice Library

Diversification

21 October 2013

Hydropower is of real interest to riparian owners and the rural economy as it not only uses a natural resource to deliver energy, and is supported by Government regulation in the form of the Feed-in Tariff (payable from April 2010) and the Renewables Obligation, but it also offers the opportunity for a profitable contribution to the reduction of greenhouse gases.

Environment & Land Use, Infrastructure & Utilities

14 October 2013

This new handbook provides an introduction to the exciting opportunities for members in the area of anaerobic digestion. Following successful lobbying by CLA, from this month electricity generation from biogas will get double the support that is afforded large wind turbines.

Thanks to the CLA, the regulatory framework is improving which will reduce compliance costs, but there remain significant economies of scale. Thus biogas is not a cheap option, but is one that can profitably enable members to address climate change on farms and estates.

14 October 2013

This new handbook provides an introduction to the exciting opportunities for members in the area of anaerobic digestion. Following successful lobbying by CLA, from this month electricity generation from biogas will get double the support that is afforded large wind turbines.

Thanks to the CLA, the regulatory framework is improving which will reduce compliance costs, but there remain significant economies of scale. Thus biogas is not a cheap option, but is one that can profitably enable members to address climate change on farms and estates.

14 October 2013

This new handbook provides an introduction to the exciting opportunities for members in the area of anaerobic digestion. Following successful lobbying by CLA, from this month electricity generation from biogas will get double the support that is afforded large wind turbines.

Thanks to the CLA, the regulatory framework is improving which will reduce compliance costs, but there remain significant economies of scale. Thus biogas is not a cheap option, but is one that can profitably enable members to address climate change on farms and estates.

Property & Business, Infrastructure & Utilities

29 November 2013

Following the Communications Act 2003, the creation of "Ofcom", recent case law and with new guidance on BT self assessment this new handbook (together with its sister publication on Electricity Wayleaves) replaces the previous Cables and Wires handbook (June 2001) which should be removed from members’ libraries and marked “Superceded”.

The aim of the publication is to provide practical advice to those whose land may be affected by telecommunication cables, and to provide the statutory and common law background which informs such advice.

29 November 2013

Following the Communications Act 2003, the creation of "Ofcom", recent case law and with new guidance on BT self assessment this new handbook (together with its sister publication on Electricity Wayleaves) replaces the previous Cables and Wires handbook (June 2001) which should be removed from members’ libraries and marked “Superceded”.

The aim of the publication is to provide practical advice to those whose land may be affected by telecommunication cables, and to provide the statutory and common law background which informs such advice.

29 November 2013

Following the Communications Act 2003, the creation of "Ofcom", recent case law and with new guidance on BT self assessment this new handbook (together with its sister publication on Electricity Wayleaves) replaces the previous Cables and Wires handbook (June 2001) which should be removed from members’ libraries and marked “Superceded”.

The aim of the publication is to provide practical advice to those whose land may be affected by telecommunication cables, and to provide the statutory and common law background which informs such advice.

Infrastructure & Utilities

30 October 2013

CLA members face water and sewerage companies with compulsory rights more and more often as the existing public system is extended to meet new demands and new developments. This CLA handbook, together with its forthcoming sister publication on Gas and Oil Pipelines, substantially revises and updates CLA28 Pipe and Sewers, and provides hands on practical advice for members. It also covers the law and practice of dealing with existing pipes, and private water pipes.

 

To order this handbook:

30 October 2013

CLA members face water and sewerage companies with compulsory rights more and more often as the existing public system is extended to meet new demands and new developments. This CLA handbook, together with its forthcoming sister publication on Gas and Oil Pipelines, substantially revises and updates CLA28 Pipe and Sewers, and provides hands on practical advice for members. It also covers the law and practice of dealing with existing pipes, and private water pipes.

 

To order this handbook:

Infrastructure & Utilities, Property & Business

15 October 2013

To order this handbook:

telephone the CLA Publications Department on 020 7235 0511 – please have your membership and credit card numbers to hand;

or

write to the CLA Publications Department, 16 Belgrave Square, London, SW1X 8PQ enclosing cheque/postal orders made payable to CLA.

Price for members: £22 - Price for non-members: £29

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