Support for Zane's Law gathers momentum

By Mark Conrad | 02 April 2024

Two more councils have backed calls for greater transparency over contaminated land and waters following the death of a seven-year-old boy.

Brighton and Hove City Council and Adur DC last week voted to support the campaign for Zane’s Law, which would ensure councils keep public registers of contaminated sites and rivers.

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