Guidance

Habitats Directive risks matrix

This publication was withdrawn on 12 April 2016

The Environment Agency no longer maintains this guidance. Advice on the information that applicants should supply to enable us to assess effects on Natura 2000 sites can be provided during pre-application discussions or during permission determination.

Generic hazards tables used to check hazards posed to Natura 2000 sites by permits.

Documents

Habitats Directive risks: matrix

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Habitats Directive risks: guidance for matrix

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Detail

When the implementation of the Habitats and Wild Birds Directives in England was reviewed the Environment Agency undertook to share our information on the risks posed to protected sites from activities we regulate. The Habitats Directive Risks tool does this. However, there may be circumstances that make it impossible to use the tool. To this end we have also produced a series of generic hazards tables.