Funding and eligibility information for Mid Tier applicants for 2019 applications.
Find out which licence you may need to carry out work that affects wildlife and its habitat, how to apply and when you may need to pay.
How to identify, prevent spread and dispose of Japanese knotweed.
Make your claim for payment using the Rural Payments service.
Responsibilities for visitors to the countryside and those who manage the land.
How to identify, control and dispose of invasive non-native plants that can harm the environment.
When you need consent for a proposed operation or management change on land in a SSSI and how to apply.
Find out if you can remove or work on countryside hedgerows that you own or manage.
As the owner or occupier of land with a public right of way across it, you must keep the route visible and not obstruct or endanger users.
What you must do to avoid harming birds and when you’ll need a licence.
What you must do to avoid harming great crested newts and when you’ll need a licence.
Find out how to solve a pest problem with foxes, moles and mink in order to protect your property or business.
Funding and eligibility information for Higher Tier applicants for 2019.
How to deal with wild birds causing a health or safety issue, or a problem on your farm or fishery and when you need a licence.
Find out what you need to do to keep wild birds or animals legally and safely, including when you need a licence and how to get one.
Find out about eligibility and requirements for the permanent grassland with very low inputs (outside sdas) option.
Standing advice for local planning authorities who need to assess the impacts of development on great crested newts.
As a land owner or manager, find out about your responsibilities and how to manage public access.
What you must do to avoid harming bats and when you’ll need a licence.
Find out about eligibility and requirements for the management of hedgerows option.
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