Corporate report

Natural England business impact target (BIT)

Estimates of the economic impact on business of changes in Natural England's regulatory policy or practices.

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.

Scores for each impact assessment contribute towards:

  • the government’s £10 billion BIT
  • the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs’ target of £470 million savings to business
Published 17 July 2017
Last updated 7 January 2020 + show all updates
  1. Non-qualifying regulatory provisions summary report June to December 2019 added.

  2. Added non-qualifying regulatory provisions summary report 2018 to 2019.

  3. First published.