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Natural England joins GOV.UK

Today, Natural England’s web content moves to GOV.UK.

Survey taking place at site using quandrant.

Assessing transition to heathland from conifer plantation © Paul Glendell / Natural England

Find Natural England on GOV.UK

Natural England’s new web address is

You don’t need to do anything or worry about information being lost

Although the old Natural England website has closed, bookmarks and saved links to the Natural England website will still take you to the information you need.

You’ll automatically be redirected to relevant content on GOV.UK or to The National Archives, where a copy of the website has been saved.

Our guidance has been revised in line with the government’s Red Tape Challenge.

The move to GOV.UK won’t affect other online services

Our range of publications – from scientific reports to wildlife-friendly gardening ideas – is staying where it is for now. The link to the free to download GIS digital boundary datasets will stay the same too.

Our social media accounts remain as they are: Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and Flickr.

Contacting us

Natural England email addresses and telephone numbers won’t change.

You can contact Natural England if you have urgent questions about the website and when you visit GOV.UK you can use the links at the bottom of most pages to give feedback on the content.

Published 14 October 2014