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Pollution Prevention and Control

The Pollution Prevention and Control (Industrial Emissions) Regulations (NI) 2013 places responsibilities upon operators of a variety of activities to control and monitor air pollution.

Which Businesses Need a Permit?

Any business in the Newry, Mourne and Down area which could emit pollutants into the atmosphere must apply to us for a permit.

Download full list of businesses and sectors which may require a pollution prevention and control permit

What Happens When I Apply?

The Council has six months to determine the status of the application.  

You should maintain regular contact with the section and where you have not received confirmation within this time; contact the Environmental Health team on 0300 013 2233.

Charges and Fees

The current fee schedule PPC Charging Scheme details all permit application fees as well as annual subsistence charges and transfer charges.  You should contact Environmental Health to discuss this in more detail. 


Related Documents

General Guidance Manual – PPC Part C Activities
Part C Dry Cleaners Application Form
PPC Part C Application Form (General)
Part C Declaration Form
Part C  Application Form (Vapour Recovery)
Part C Application Form (Vehicle Refinishers)
Part C Application Form Petrol Stations
Part C Surrender Form
Part C Transfer Form
Part C Variation Form


Process Guidance Notes have been produced for activities requiring a permit.  You should refer to these when completing your application form and throughout the operation of your business to ensure you are operating best available techniques. 

Apply Online

Apply for an LAPPC Licence

Contact Details

Email: ehealth@nmandd.org

Public Register

This register contains information on all LAPPC installations and mobile plant as regulated by Newry, Mourne and Down District Council.   

Information is also held for all Part A and B installations as regulated by the Chief Inspector of the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA)

This register is available for inspection Monday-Friday between 9am and 5pm (excluding public holidays) and is free of charge.

For further information or queries please contact Environmental Health on 0300 013 2233.