(14 April 2014) Farmers in the Somerset Levels are invited to come along to a drop-in advice day in Burrowbridge on Thursday (17th April) to discuss flood recovery action and find out more about potential sources of funding.
(14 April 2014) Natural England today announced an additional period of 14 weeks to the formal public consultation relating to the Falmouth Bay to St Austell Bay potential Special Protection Area (pSPA).
(11 April 2014) New access rights come into force today for two new stretches of the England Coast Path. This will enable people to enjoy 36 kms of coastline between Allonby and Whitehaven in Cumbria, and 55 kms of coastline between North Gare in Hartlepool and South Bents in Sunderland in the North East.
(1 April 2014) Richard Whitton a farmer from Allithwaite, Grange-over-Sands was yesterday (31/03/14) fined by Magistrates in Kendal for failing to comply with a land ‘Remediation Notice’, issued under the Environmental Impact Agriculture Regulations 2006, for the Miller Beck County Wildlife Site near Newby Bridge.
(26 March 2014) A new simpler licensing process for bats, which comes into force on 31 March 2014, will save developers and consultants time and money.
(24 March 2014) The formal public consultation on proposals for a Special Protection Area (pSPA) between Falmouth Bay and St Austell Bay, in south Cornwall, is coming to a close in three weeks' time.
(24 March 2014) The formal public consultation on plans to extend the protection given to seabirds at Flamborough Head to adjacent areas is coming to a close in three weeks.
(20 March 2014) The Bishop of Norwich and Natural England’s Chief Executive visit Norfolk church to see successful trial site in action.
(6 March 2014) Natural England’s long term monitoring project – which monitors the effects of climate change and air pollution on biodiversity – is getting plugged straight into the Met Office.
(23 April 2014) Natural England’s ‘Soils for Profit’ team recently joined up with many of the people who helped deliver the project in order to celebrate the initiative’s many achievements.
(17 April 2014) The first ever national inventory of wildlife rich brownfield habitat has been launched on a new interactive website in partnership with Natural England, Buglife, the Invertebrate Conservation Trust and Defra.
(16 April 2014) A new trail has just opened in the heart of Dalby Forest, as part of our Paths for Communities project, and it will provide access for people of all abilities
(15 April 2014) Approval for a new stretch of the England Coast Path has been announced today opening up 41 km of improved access for people to enjoy the beautiful coastline between Sea Palling and Weybourne in Norfolk.
(8 April 2014) Planning authorities in England with responsibility for making decisions about developments that could have an impact upon ancient woodland and veteran trees can now access revised Standing Advice from Natural England.
(1 April 2014) England’s National Nature Reserves are some of our finest sites for experiencing and enjoying wildlife and beautiful scenery.
(1 April 2014) Species Recovery Programme: species of the month. Featuring our species most in decline and how we are supporting their recovery.
(31 March 2014) The state of the art technology on offer to visiting school groups at Nethergill Farm in the Yorkshire Dales was put to the test by pupils from Kettlewell Primary School during a recent open day.
(28 March 2014) Natural England today welcomed the publication by Defra of a study which includes an evaluation of the use of environmental DNA (eDNA) to detect great crested newts in water.
(27 March 2014) The Fire Severity Index (FSI) is moving to a more nimble webpage on the Met Office website, with new features and improved usability
(24 March 2014) The first of two spring bittern counts across nature reserves in the Avalon Marshes in Somerset has revealed record breaking results.
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