Natural England chair Tony Juniper responds to criticism of nutrient neutrality
Today there has been coverage in the Times newspaper inaccurately claiming that Natural England’s rules have prevented developers from building thousands of homes.
There has been coverage in The Times today which covers comments from the Home Builders Federation, who claim that Natural England has blocked the building of over 160,000 homes due to nutrient neutrality rules, causing development levels to fall to …
In today’s blog we look at the action being taken to protect peatlands
There has been extensive media coverage today in broadcast and print highlighting a Natural England partnership project to translocate red kites from England to Spain as part of a reintroduction scheme to help conserve the species in Spain, including on …
Allegations that burning has taken place on protected deep peatlands in contravention of Defra regulations.
Today we are looking at media coverage around our Natural England announcement of the declaration of a vast new ‘super nature reserve’ spanning across large parts of Somerset, created to protect rare wildlife and aid nature recovery.
The challenges facing England’s water resources was covered by BBC Countryfile last night.
A look at media coverage over the weekend on nutrient neutrality and its impact on housebuilding.
Last night’s episode (Sunday 10th April) of BBC Countryfile was a ‘Plant Britain by the Sea’ special and featured Natural England’s work to restore seagrass. Fiona Crouch, from Natural England, explained to presenter, Ellie Harrison, why seagrass is so incredible. …