These permits consist of specific conditions that the operators have to adhere to. Inspections are carried out at the installations to ensure that the permit conditions are not in breach. Processes are divided into 3 categories:
- Part A1 processes: regulated by the Environment Agency (EA)
- Part A2 processes: regulated by NELC
- Part B processes: regulated by NELC
At the present time we regulate 71 installations across North East Lincolnshire:
- 2 Part A2 processes
- 69 Part B processes
The details of all processes regulated by NELCs are held on a Public Register. This is available for viewing during office hours and through prior arrangement. Please contact the Pollution Control Unit for further details.
North East Lincolnshire Council holds a public register of Part B and A2 installations regulated by the council. To access this information online, please visit the link provided at the bottom of this page - public register.
The location of the regulated sites can be viewed on our interactive mapping.
Immingham Docks is regulated by four separate authorities, as a result of county boundaries and the installation type:
- North Lincolnshire Council
- Hull and Goole Port Health
- Environment Agency
Do you need to apply for a permit?
For further guidance on whether your installation requires a permit, please follow the link DEFRA Guidance
Or contact the Pollution Control Unit for further advice.
To apply for a new permit, or make any amendment to an existing permit, please use the appropriate links below. If you wish to apply electronically, please download the application in word format, save it, complete the form and e-mail back as an attachment. Alternatively, you may wish to print out an application form, complete it and post it back to the address shown on the form.
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There are no applications at this time.