What is the Biodiversity Site Register?
The Environment Bill requires the creation of a public biodiversity gains site register, which must be maintained for at least 30 years after the development has been completed…..
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It’s a win-win situation for developers, residents and wildlife and one we’re very excited about. With a growing awareness of the need for individuals, companies and governments to take effective action to protect the environment, we see this as an important opportunity for different partners to work together and create sustainable, thriving communities of the future.