Natural England Chair Tony Juniper discusses the use of natural flood management techniques to reduce the risk of flooding in the future
Project Manager at Natural England, Charlotte Rose, tells us about Natural England’s new mailbox for protected sites casework. Today we have launched a new Single Point of Contact for protected sites casework. From this date, customers requesting our consent, assent …
Today, there has been claims that Natural England is “crowdfunding” to deliver its statutory functions. These claims are simply untrue.
Using data from our Monitor of Engagement with the Natural Environment Survey (MENE) and Exeter University’s study, new research published in Nature has found that two hours of nature a week significantly boosts health and wellbeing. This supports findings from …
Further update from Marian Spain on changes to the general licensing system.
There has been a large amount of media coverage and interest in the decision to revoke the three general licences (GL 04/05/06). These cover 16 species of birds, including several members of the crow family, Canada geese, some gulls, feral …
Outgoing Natural England chair Andrew Sells writes about his highlights over five years at Natural England.
We look at Natural England work with the RSPB, Butterfly Conservation and landowners to return the marsh fritillary butterfly to Oxfordshire.
A new ground-breaking National Land Access Centre opened last month at Aston Rowant National Nature Reserve, will help open up access to the countryside for wheelchair users and those with mobility issues.
Natural England upland staff have recently taken part in an industry-led free grouse moor training day, hosted by the National Gamekeepers Organisation. The training gave staff an insight into the day-to-day management of driven grouse moors.