Air Pollution Act licences are single media licences for certain industrial processes not included in the First Schedule of the EPA Act 1992 as amended, and are granted by local authorities under the Air Pollution Act 1987 as amended.
The EPA is now responsible for processing Air Pollution Act licence appeals. These appeals were previously processed by An Bord Pleanála but the responsibility transferred to the EPA on 31 August 2015 following the implementation of the Environment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2015.
It should be noted that the scope of an appeal is limited to air pollution matters and does not extend to planning issues.
For further information in relation to these appeals, and the appropriate fee payable, and the Judicial Review process, please refer to the following:
Please note that the EPA fees should be made by cheque, postal order or bank draft, made payable to the EPA.
You can view the details of the EPA's Decisions on Air Pollution Appeals below:
|EPA Ref||LA Ref||Local Authority||Decision Date||Documents|
|E0001-01||AP11/14||Galway County Council||19/05/2016||Documents related to this Appeal|
|E0002-01||ENV/APL/16/04||Wexford County Council||19/01/2017||Documents related to this Appeal|
|E0003-01||AP/01/16||Fingal County Council||07/03/2017||Documents related to this Appeal|
|E0004-01||ENV/AE/2017-02||Westmeath County Council||14/03/2018||Documents related to this Appeal|
|E0006-01||AP09||Mayo County Council||12/03/2020||Documents related to this Appeal|
If you would like to submit an appeal under the Air Pollution Act 1987, as amended, please forward it to the Environmental Licensing Programme at:
Office of Environmental Sustainability
PO Box 3000
Johnstown Castle Estate
Tel: 053 9160600
Lo-call 1890 335599
Fax: 053 91 60699