The Workers Education Association has about 450 students enrolling each year and in 2007/ 8 plan to run over 20 courses, starting in September. The website for the Federation has information on the WEA locally as well as the courses to be offered.
Part IV of the Environment Act 19995 places a statutory duty on local authorities to review and assess air quality within their area, and to determine whether or not Air Quality Objectives are likely to be achieved.
Part IV of the Environment Act 1995 places a statutory duty on local authorities to review and assess the air quality within their area and take account of Government Guidance when undertaking such work. More information can be found in this section.
Under section 14 of the Act, unless the height of the chimney has been approved by the local authority and any conditions attached to approval adhered to, it is an offence to cause to cause or knowingly permit a furnace to be used for certain combustion processes.....
Part 3 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 requires us to take reasonable steps to investigate and, if appropriate, to take formal action to in the event of justified complaints of statutory nuisance such as noise, emissions of smoke, fumes or gases, dust, steam and smell
Each year Colchester Borough Council receives many complaints regarding irresponsible owners not clearing up after their dogs. To report issues of dog fouling contact 01206 282581 or via email email@example.com
In addition to noise and light, the Environmental Protection team can also help with nuisances caused by premises, accumulations, keeping animals, smoke, fumes and gases under the Environmental Protection Act 1990.
Colchester Borough Council provides a pest control service for both domestic and non-domestic premises. Our animal control officers will eradicate infestations of pests such as rats, mice and a wide range of insect pests including fleas, wasps, bed bugs and carpet beetles and will advise you on preventing them from reoccurring.
This page contains research reports regarding crime in Colchester. Please use the contact details on the right hand side of this screen if you would like to talk to us about any of the documents on these pages. Thanks!
The ASB team actively investigates all complaints of ASB and, if appropriate, works with partner agencies, such as police, social services, housing associations etc to ensure a successful resolution to your complaint. Further information can be found in this section.
As long as asbestos is in good condition and is not being, or going to be, disturbed or damaged there is no risk. However if it is disturbed or damaged, for example during building maintenance work, it can be a danger to health, because asbestos fibres are then released into the air and breathed in.