Habitat and protected species can be important issues in planning applications and appeals. The Government, through Natural England, have announced a new ‘District Level Licensing’ scheme. This looks at the landscape rather than a site-by-site assessment, as well as and using conservation payments from developers to create new habitats in locations. Applicants, appellants and objectors need to be aware of the importance of protected species in all schemes.
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