Date of text
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CURIA
Court name
CJEU - Judgment of the Court (Fifth Chamber) of 7 January 2004
Tagging
Environmental Impact Assessments
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Reference for a preliminary ruling: High Court of Justice (England & Wales), Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
United Kingdom
Directive 85/337/EEC
Assessment of the effects of certain projects on the environment
National measure granting consent for mining operations without an environmental impact assessment being carried out
Direct effect of directives
Triangular situation
Abstract
«(Directive 85/337/EEC – Assessment of the effects of certain projects on the environment – National measure granting consent for mining operations without an environmental impact assessment being carried out – Direct effect of directives – Triangular situation)» JUDGMENT OF THE COURT (Fifth Chamber) 7 January 2004 (1) ((Directive 85/337/EEC – Assessment of the effects of certain projects on the environment – National measure granting consent for mining operations without an environmental impact assessment being carried out – Direct effect of directives – Triangular situation)) and THE COURT (Fifth Chamber),, after considering the written observations submitted on behalf of: having regard to the Report for the Hearing, after hearing the oral observations of Mrs Wells, represented by R. Gordon and J. Pereira, instructed by S. Ring, solicitor; the United Kingdom Government, represented by R. Caudwell, acting as Agent, and D. Elvin; and the Commission, represented by X. Lewis and N. Khan, at the hearing on 12 June 2003, after hearing the Opinion of the Advocate General at the sitting on 25 September 2003, gives the following On those grounds, THE COURT (Fifth Chamber), Jann Edward La Pergola R. Grass V. Skouris Registrar President