Menu
Royal Courts of Justice

News

Netting - Monofilament Netting
News
26 May 2020

Anglers tell Secretary of State: reject Sussex coastal netting byelaw

Fish Legal has asked for the Secretary of State to reject a new netting byelaw drafted by the Sussex…
Read more
River Cam
News
13 March 2020

Anglian Water ordered to pay indemnity costs following River Cam pollution

Anglian Water has been ordered to pay “Indemnity” costs by a judge following a long saga of litigati…
Read more
Fish Legal Solicitor Geoff Hardy
News
12 February 2020

Nowhere to hide for utility giants

A decision notice published by the Information Commissioner’s Office has confirmed that electricity…
Read more
News
04 February 2020

Angling Club’s dismay at Environment Agency’s lack of action over fishing lake pollution

Anglers have reacted with dismay to the Environment Agency’s decision to step back from tackli…
Read more
Walton Colliery
News
17 December 2019

Yorkshire Water pays compensation to Walton Angling Club for catastrophic lake pollution

Yorkshire Water has agreed to pay Walton Angling Club £20,000 in compensation six years after the ut…
Read more
River Test, abstraction
News
13 September 2019

Iconic chalk stream faces new abstraction threat

Just a year after Southern Water were forced to temper their water abstraction ambitions on the lowe…
Read more
Angler on River Kent near outfall
News
06 June 2019

Fish Legal wins High Court challenge over Kendal sewage outfall

06.06.19 The High Court has ruled that a decision by Cumbria County Council to allow United Utilitie…
Read more
Cromwell Weir on River Trent
News
12 June 2018

Council admits error and revokes planning permission for hydroscheme on River Trent

Newark and Sherwood District Council has admitted that it got the law wrong in granting planning per…
Read more
  • 02
  • 02