(7 July 2014) The formal public consultation relating to the Falmouth Bay to St Austell Bay potential Special Protection Area (pSPA) is coming to a close in two weeks.
(26 June 2014) Natural England today announced the appointment of James Cross as its new Chief Executive.
(23 June 2014) Natural England’s National Character Area project, defining all of England’s 159 major landscape areas, has been completed. The result is a unique, free and highly accessible information resource, highlighting how England’s varied landscapes function and how they can be cared for.
(23 June 2014) A herd of shaggy four-legged conservation heroes is helping an upland farm in the Lake District to become a haven for some of the country’s most endangered butterflies.
(9 June 2014) A new report demonstrating that investment in the environment offers excellent value for money has been published today by Natural England.
(5 June 2014) On 23 April 2014 Natural England received an application for a licence to cage trap and shoot ten common buzzard (Buteo buteo) in the vicinity of a site which has experienced loss to pheasant poults in recent years.
(28 July 2014) It’s National Parks week – an annual celebration of some of our most treasured, finest and famous landscapes, and the amazing things to find, see and do there.
(28 July 2014) A former World War Two control tower which sits at the heart of Prees Heath Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), which is Shropshire's most important butterfly reserve, is now open for tours and guided walks.
(16 July 2014) The latest edition of Spotlight on SSSIs, the newsletter from Natural England that highlights the achievements of landowners, managers and our partners in improving the condition of Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs), has been published.
(10 July 2014) Approval for the first stretch of the England Coast Path in Somerset has been announced today.
(10 July 2014) New factsheet seeks to improve access to Natural England’s evidence base.
(4 July 2014) Hen harriers are rearing young in England for the first time since 2012, and already work is underway to fit high-tech satellite tracking devices to the fledgling birds to help monitor their progress once they have left the nest.
(4 July 2014) Owen Paterson, the Secretary of State for Defra, confirmed today the appointment of five new members of Natural England’s Board.
(1 July 2014) A new simpler licensing process, which comes into force on 1 July, will save developers and consultants time and money should they need to make minor amendment to dormouse licences.
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