COMAH sites 2018 spatial data

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Stefan Fidlschuster

Dear Health and Safety Executive,

Would it be possible for you to provide Top and Lower Tier COMAH sites for England and Wales as a GIS compatible file, (i.e. file geo database or shapefile) as well as a list?

Thank you.

Yours faithfully,

Stefan Fidlschuster

Health and Safety Executive

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             Thank you for your request, copied below. Please find
attached your requested information on Upper and Lower Tier COMAH
Establishments in England and Wales in the format requested. This
information has been supplied in accordance with our Security Services
guidance on release.


The HSE webpages now contain a search function for COMAH establishments.
This function will be built-up over time and is intended to provide more
information to the public regarding the establishments.




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