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17 Apr 2012
The Government is seeking comments on an independent report which recommends allowing energy companies to proceed with a controversial shale gas extraction method if steps are taken to limit the risk of earthquakes.
The Government is seeking views on changes to six guidance documents relating to the planning regime for major infrastructure projects.
13 Apr 2012
A Chinese company has signed a $2.4 billion contract to build part of a large power station in India, according to press reports. Power Construction Corporation will build the second phase of the Southern Indian facility, reports said .
12 Apr 2012
Pooling funds from the pension pots of London council authorities may not provide sufficient capital to invest in infrastructure programmes, an expert has said.
11 Apr 2012
The statutory contaminated land regime has changed, with the principal change being to the definition of contaminated land. The changes took effect on 6 April.
05 Apr 2012
A campaigning group backed by councils and local residents along the route of a planned national high-speed rail link is taking the Government to court in an attempt to prevent the work, it has announced.
04 Apr 2012
North Sea oilfields will likely remain profitable to small explorers for at least another 20 years, the chief executive of the UK's biggest independent oil company has said.
The Government has set out its plans for reducing the carbon emissions caused by heating homes, buildings and offices, with a view to cutting emissions entirely by 2050.
The Government has published details of its plans to encourage the development of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology in the UK including funding packages and investment incentives.