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A pioneering step towards delivering England’s Nature Recovery Network

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A group of people are standing socially distanced in a wheat field. There are trees in the background and rolling hills.

On Friday last week Government announced five pilots to test Local Nature Recovery Strategies (LNRS) as a new, ground breaking mechanism to plan for Nature recovery at a local level. The five pilots led by local authorities in Buckinghamshire, Cornwall, …

Introducing a new Single Point of Contact for protected sites casework

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Langley Woods SSSI

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 …

Two hours a week outside is important for health and wellbeing

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Two children measuring natuure in a forest

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 …