7 May 2019 — Press release
Natural England has confirmed Teesmouth and Cleveland Coast as a new Site of Special Scientific Interest to protect the wildlife of the Tees Estuary.
3 April 2019 — Press release
Natural England is calling on the public to donate to a campaign to help restore Windy Corner back to heathland glory.
12 March 2019 — News story
Environment Secretary Michael Gove has today confirmed Tony Juniper CBE as the new Chair of Natural England.
21 March 2019 — News story
Natural England has confirmed a new Site of Special Scientific Interest on a network of land around Langdon Ridge in Basildon, Essex.
5 March 2019 — Press release
New data from Natural England shows how children are engaging with nature
28 February 2019 — Press release
An innovative approach by Natural England to protect great crested newts and encourage sustainable development was today (28 February) launched in Kent.
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