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Find out more about the reserves, where they are, who manages them and what special features or opportunities they offer.
Apply for a licence to carry out work that may affect hazel dormice, find out if you need to pay and how to report your actions.
Apply for a licence for science or conservation purposes, or register for a class licence to visit roosts as a volunteer or do surveys; find out if you need to pay and how to report your actions.
Apply for a licence to do development or other work that may affect great crested newts and find out how much you may need to pay.
Apply for a licence to carry out work that may affect bats, find out if you need to pay and how to report your actions.
Apply to control wild birds, including the lesser black-backed gull and herring gull to prevent disease or agricultural damage, conserve plants and animals or protect public health and safety.
(Experimental Statistics) Interim statistical release on the use of the natural environment by adults in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Find out how EU LIFE funding is helping Natural England and partners save seagrass and maerl seabed habitats.
Find information about Countryside Stewardship options, capital items and supplements
Apply for a licence to take and mark badgers to enable vaccination to prevent the spread of bovine tuberculosis (bovine TB) in cattle.
The People and Nature Survey for England gathers evidence and trend data through an online survey relating to people’s enjoyment, access, understanding of and attitudes to the natural environment, and it’s contributions to w…
Supporting materials for all technical aspects of The People and Nature Survey.
Data, and supporting documents, from the People and Nature Survey covering the period 1 April - 30 September 2020. Note that any results have been generated using interim experimental methods which are under development.
Interim experimental indicators from the People and Nature Survey, covering the period 1-30 November 2020, to understand the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on how people use the natural environment in England.
Find out where work is underway to improve coastal access in Lancashire.
This notice sets out the Secretary of State’s decision to approve part of the proposals for improving coastal access between Combe Martin and Marsland Mouth.
Find out where work is underway to improve coastal access in Suffolk.
Find out where work is underway to improve coastal access in Kent.
Find out about Natural England's progress with improving coastal access.
Find out about Natural England's work to improve coastal access.
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