How to make landfill tax and remediation relief easy

This lunch time webinar will explore how recent changes in landfill tax could affect materials management in brownfield site and other development projects and how practitioners can gain more from contaminated land remediation relief.

Background
From 1 April 2018 anybody disposing of waste (and anyone who knowingly facilitates the disposal) of soil to sites without  environmental permits, or under an approved re-use mechanism, may be liable for the landfill tax. All parties involved could also be liable to penalties for non-compliance and face criminal prosecution.  Recent changes also means that more people could benefits from contaminated land remediation relief.

Why attend?
This lunch time webinar will explain:
  • the recent changes on Land Tax  (who may have to pay the tax)
  • what types of projects will be affected by the tax
  • what you need to do if you want to avoid potential liabilities
  • what projects and under what circumstance can you apply for contaminated land remediation relief
  • the ‘grey areas’.
Programme
13.00 Chairman’s introduction  
13.15 Changes on Landfill Tax and compliant sustainable materials re-use 
Jonathan Atkinson,  Environment Agency
13.35 How to get more out of the contaminated land remediation relief,
Ben Dewaal, The Fiscal Incentives Group
13.55 Questions and discussion 
14.30 Close
Who should attend?
Clients, developers, house builders, contaminated land owners, consultants, contractors, waste management organisations, local authorities, regulators, and tax specialists. 

Fees
Free for LACL and BRMF members
All others £35+VAT

Date
02 July 2018
13:00 - 14:30

Booking
If you are experiencing issues registering for this event online please contact us on 020 7549 3300  or email enquiries@ciria.org.

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Further information
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Tel: 020 7549 3300
Fax: 020 7549 3349
Email: enquiries@ciria.org
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When
02/07/2018 - 02/07/2018
Where
Webinar, UNITED KINGDOM
 
 

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