Dame Glenys Stacey's speech at the Natural Environment Summit for Wiltshire15.07.2022
Dame Glenys Stacey, Chair of the OEP, gave the opening speech at the Natural Environment Summit for Wiltshire on Friday, July 15.
OEP launches investigation into the regulation of combined sewer overflows (CSOs)27.06.2022
The Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) announced on Tuesday, June 28 that it is to carry out an investigation into the roles of Ofwat, the Environment Agency and the Defra Secretary of State in the regulation of combined sewer overflows (CSOs) in England.
OEP publishes its first Corporate Plan23.06.2022
The Office for Environmental Protection has today (Thursday, June 23) published its Corporate Plan, setting out a work programme for its first operational year.
OEP calls for urgent action to meet the ambitions of the 25 Year Environment Plan12.05.2022
The Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) has today called for the government to aim high and act now to ensure it achieves its ambitions for the environment.
OEP confirms appointment of CEO28.04.2022
The Office for Environmental Protection has confirmed the appointment of its Chief Executive Officer. Natalie Prosser, who has been in the role on an interim basis since February 2021, has been announced as the successful applicant for the permanent position.
The Office of Environmental Protection welcomes appointment of a Northern Ireland Non-Executive Member25.03.2022
DAERA has announced that Northern Ireland Environment Minister Edwin Poots has appointed Malcolm Beatty to the OEP for a five year term, from April 1, 2022.
The OEP Chair and interim CEO appear before Select Committee24.03.2022
The OEP appear before the Environment Audit Committee – Wednesday, 23 March.
Dame Glenys Stacey: Aldersgate Group Speech24.02.2022
The speech of Dame Glenys Stacey at the Aldersgate Group event. Environment Act: From ambition to delivery
The OEP to take up environmental governance role in Northern Ireland23.02.2022
The Northern Ireland Assembly has given its approval for the Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) to become the independent environmental oversight body for Northern Ireland.