Problems from industry
Sometimes industrial processes can cause a nuisance or a more serious problem for those living, working, or visiting nearby.
This might be:
- industrial odour
- dust, gas or fumes from industry
- commercial and industrial bonfires
- or industrial light nuisance.
You can report many problems, or get advice on how to deal with them, online.
If you cannot report an issue to us online you can contact us by:
- telephone: 01623 457184
Under the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2010, councils regulate certain types of industrial process that pose a risk of causing pollution to air, land or water and includes controlling noise. These premises are known as ‘installations’. Some are called ‘Part B’ installations, and councils can only deal with air pollution from them. Councils also regulate ‘Part A2’ installations which pose a risk of causing air, land, water and noise pollution.
The Part B regime is known as Local Air Pollution Prevention and Control (LAPPC), and the A2 regime as Local Authority Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control(LA – IPPC).
See the register in the related documents section of this web page for a list of companies permitted by us.