The Pollution Control team are responsible for the regulation of emissions from a number of industrial and commercial processes within the borough. This is achieved by issuing a permit under the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016 (as amended).
Key public health messages on staying safe in the sun
This page sets out how you can make a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004.
Doncaster Council is exploring how we might adopt a Natural Capital approach as we believe it will provide a valuable evidence-based decision support tool (rather than a decision-dictating tool), integrating the value of landscape, habitats and ecosystems along with social and economic values - this will valuable contribution to the framework of the new Borough Strategy Doncaster Delivering Together with it's focus on People, Place, and Planet.
Doncaster PRIMARY AMBASSADORS is a new forum group established in 2020, made up of five children all from different local Primary Schools in Doncaster, their role is to champion the voice of their peers and lead on the Junior Make Your Mark Campaign. They are selected through the Junior Civic Mayor process and begin their one year term starting September until August.
We are responsible for council owned trees in streets, parks and open spaces, council houses, cemeteries and leisure centres.
The Doncaster Biodiversity Action Plan describes the importance of the diversity of animals, plants, fungi and microbes which share our environment.
Anyone can set up in business and call themselves a tree surgeon or arboricultural contractor.
The Doncaster Geodiversity Assessment was produced and written by the British Geological Survey, on behalf of Doncaster Council.
Biological diversity, or ‘biodiversity’, describes the variety of life around us from the smallest microbe to the largest tree.