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 Triennial Review, good news for the EA

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PostSubject: Triennial Review, good news for the EA   Fri Jun 28, 2013 1:20 am


27 June 2013


I am writing to inform you that the reports of the Triennial Reviews of the Environment Agency and Natural England, and of the Joint Nature Conservation Committee, have been
published today. I would like to thank you for your engagement with these Reviews.
All three bodies are an important part of Defra’s delivery network, which must focus on delivering the Government’s environmental priorities of growing the rural economy, improving the environment and controlling plant and animal disease.

The Review of the Environment Agency (EA) and Natural England (NE) has concluded that both organisations should be retained as separate Non-Departmental Public Bodies (NDPBs) with separate purposes and functions, but that both bodies should continue to reform how they deliver their services to their customers and drive further efficiencies. The bodies will be tasked with delivering the conclusions of the Review, developing a jointly-owned implementation plan in close consultation with Defra.

Defra will hold to account the leadership of both bodies for the delivery of the reforms.

The Review of the Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC) has been conducted jointly by Defra and the Devolved Administrations of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, as JNCC
operates across the United Kingdom. The Review has concluded that JNCC is the most
appropriate organisation to deliver its functions, and should be retained as a NDPB. The Review has identified a number of measures to deliver a more effective and efficient service, which JNCC will now implement.
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