Environment Agency flood and environment work scrutinised

21 November 2017

The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee takes evidence on the work of the Environment Agency (EA). The EA is the main public body for improving the environment in England and for protecting communities from flooding.


Tuesday 21 November 2017, Committee room 8, Palace of Westminster

At 2.30pm

  • Emma Howard Boyd, Chairman, Environment Agency
  • Sir James Bevan, Chief Executive, Environment Agency
  • Dr Toby Willison, Executive Director of Operations,  
    Environment Agency

Purpose of the session

This session will discuss how effectively the EA is delivering these aims and what outcomes it is securing from its £1.3 billion budget on issues including water quality, waste, environmental regulation, drought and flooding.

Further information

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