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Environmental issues

Farming relies upon the environment. At Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins, we know only too well that agricultural practices can impact the same environment upon which it relies for its future sustainability.

It is crucial that farm businesses are aware of their environmental impact through causing air, water, waste and noise pollution. There may also be conservation concerns, habitat protection, access to the countryside, planning issues or restrictions and agri-environmental schemes just to name a few of the important issues affecting the rural community. Increased awareness equals regulatory compliance, with less interference from environmental regulators.

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. We are able to advise on a wide range of issues.

Click here to arrange an appointment so that we 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.

Please feel free to contact Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins:

By telephone:- on 01686 412166

By fax:- 01686 413580

email:- web@mjjsolicitors.co.uk

by completing our online enquiry form

by writing or calling into our office at:-

Milwyn Jenkins & Jenkins,

Mid Wales House,

Great Oak Street,

Llanidloes,

Powys,

SY18 6BN.

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Ruth Hendry

Chartered Legal Executive Probate Practitioner and Conveyancing Practitioner

William Ransford, BA (Hons)

Solicitor / Director and Notary
Public

"The person who dealt with the matter gave me confidence, explaining clearly opaquely worded "traps" from the other party and offered a speedy service. The intelligent, warm, ethical and no nonsense style was inspirational. I can't wait to do further business with the company."
Rae Hitchcock, Llanfair Caereinion