Environmental permitting

Information on how you can apply for installations.

The Environmental Protection Team has a duty under the provisions of the Environmental Permitting Regulations (England and Wales) Regulations 2016 to permit regulated installations.

A regulated installation includes Part A2 and Part B installations. Part A1 installations are regulated by the Environment Agency.

If you operate a Part B or A2 regulated installation then you must hold a permit from the Local Authority.

Part A2 Permits

These permits can for example include foundries and solvent coating installations.

The permit regulates emissions to air, land, water, noise and other environmental considerations. You can apply online for a Part A2 Permit. You can also apply for variations online.

Part B Permits

These activities can for example include dry cleaners, concrete batching plants and petrol stations.

The permit regulates emissions to air. You can apply online for a Part B Permit. You can also apply for a variation online.

How to get an environmental permit

You can apply on-line for a Part A2 or Part B environmental permit or you can contact the Environmental Protection Team for an application form.

Eligibility Criteria

Applications must be made on the form provided by ourselves, or the on-line form, and must include the specified information, which will vary depending on the installation.

Will tacit consent apply?

No. It is in the public interest that we must process your application before it can be granted.

If you have not heard from us within 14 days of making an application please contact us using the contact details below.

Fees and Charges

There is a fee associated with making an application for an environmental permit and once a permit has been granted the operator must pay an annual subsistence fee due 1 April each year.

An invoice will be sent for subsistence fees.

Fees are set annually by DEFRA and can be found on the GOV.UK website.

Public Consultation

There are currently no applications being processed for public consultation.

Public Register

A current list of all permitted installations held by Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council can be found in the document below.

Contact Information

If you would like further information please contact the Environmental Protection Team:

Telephone: (01642) 774774

Email: environmental.protection@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk

Our service hours are Monday to Thursday 09:00 till 17:00, and Friday 09:00 till 16:30.