Corporate report

Natural England business impact target assessments May 2015 to June 2017

Estimates of the economic impact on business of changes in Natural England's regulatory policy or practices in the period 8 May 2015 to 8 June 2017.

Documents

Water voles impact assessment (developers)

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Water voles impact assessment (Internal Drainage Boards)

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Great-crested newt low impact class licence impact assessment

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Great-crested newt strategic licensing impact assessment

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Details

Regulators must report against the government’s business impact target (BIT) under the Enterprise Act 2016.

These are the first BIT assessments for new regulatory measures introduced by Natural England. Information on regulatory activity that doesn’t score against the BIT is also provided. The Regulatory Policy Committee have verified both the qualifying and non-qualifying measures.

Scores for each impact assessment contribute towards:

  • the government’s £10bn BIT
  • the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs’ target of £470 million savings to business
Published 17 July 2017