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Environmental Law & Countryside Matters, Mid Wales

Environmental law & Countryside matters in Newtown, Welshpool, Shrewsbury, Aberystwyth, Rhayader, Llanidloes, Powys and Mid Wales

What do we mean?

Environmental law could significantly impact your farming business. This could include land contamination, different forms of pollution, conservation concerns, habitat protection, access to the countryside, planning issues or restrictions just to name a few.

What are the issues?

Environmental laws touch upon all of our lives in one way or another. Conflict between those seeking to safeguard the environment and those wishing to develop land is at an all time high. Consequently, the laws relating to the environment are increasing in their complexity. Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins are able to advise on a wide range of issues.

You may be a farmer who has a slurry leak or a chemical spill. You may need advice on the management of environmental risks and liabilities including:-

  • Contaminated land
  • Water or air pollution
  • Waste management
  • Nuisance such as noise, odour, dust and smoke
  • Ecologically sensitive sites and protected species.

It could be that you or your property has been affected by planning issues or restrictions. These are just some of a wide variety of potential concerns which can have profound implications for your everyday life and enjoyment.

Click hereto arrange an appointment so that Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins can advise you regarding your legal position and to help you deal with the appropriate authorities. We will fight your corner when needed, ensuring that you are treated fairly and correctly.  This often involves dealing with organisations such as the Environment Agency, Natural Resources Wales, Forestry Commission, local authority departments to name just a few. We have considerable experience in liaising with these bodies.

What outcomes are there?

Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins provide advice to our clients on all aspects of environmental law, working closely with other professionals as well as with the regulatory bodies and organisations. We can advise on contentious and non-contentious issues whether for you as an individual or your business. Click here to arrange an appointment.

What do I need to do?

Contact us so that Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins can assess your case. Angela Davies-Jones has a particular interest in environmental law and is a member of the UK Environmental Law Association and a contributor to The Environmental Law Review. Mark Harvey is a specialist on planning matters.

What about Firearms?

William Ransford has a keen interest this area of law. Contact him to discuss such matters as firearms licensing and ownership, negotiations with the police about revocations and refusals, rights of way and shoot and trespass issues.

Who do I contact?

Our specialist lawyers at Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins Solicitors will be happy to advise and assist you without obligation in plain English and will be happy to answer any questions or queries you may have. Telephone us now for a free initial discussion on 01686 412166 or complete our online enquiry form or e-mail us at web@mjjsolicitors.co.uk



Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins
Llanidloes Office
Mid Wales House
Great Oak Street
SY18 6BN

T: 01686 412 166
F: 01686 413 580

Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins
Rhayader Office
Glan Wye House
West Street

T: 01597 810 533

Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins
Machynlleth Office
2 Heol Maengwyn,
SY20 8AE

T: 01654 554000

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Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins have handled various transactions for me for over 35 years. Indeed, the firm also acted for my late father since the 1950s. I have always found the service to be excellent and second to none.

Garth Williams, formerly of Dolhafren, Caersws