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Roads and railways will become better-suited to wildlife and withstanding climate change under a project by Natural England and partners.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
A Natural England project has helped St Hilda’s church in North Yorkshire enjoy a bat-free Christmas.
Walkers can now enjoy 41 km of coastline between Sea Palling and Weybourne in Norfolk.
Natural England’s work in areas affected by the tidal surge of December 2013 has helped the recovery of the rural economy.
The shortlist for the prestigious Landscape Institute Awards 2014 included research projects commissioned by Natural England and Defra.
Natural England’s project with the University of Exeter helps to target conservation action.
The bearded tit, one of the UK’s rarest and fussiest birds is on the increase at a Somerset nature reserve.
Natural England has produced a report that summarises the success of the Paths for Communities (P4C) scheme.
The new Sizewell C evidence plan shows how future large-scale developments can put environmental protection at the heart of their plans.
Shropshire wildlife has enjoyed a successful season at the Stiperstones NNR.
A project supported by Natural England has been recognised for its contribution to restoring one of England’s finest historic landscapes
Restoration of wetlands at Bure Marshes National Nature Reserve (NNR) is a step closer thanks to a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Work supported by Natural England has been recognised for its efforts to safeguard one of England’s most ‘at risk’ built heritage sites.
Initial findings of Natural England's hen harrier tracking programme 2007 to 2014.
Conservation work to ensure the survival of 2 of Britain’s rarest plants to be carried out by Natural England and Torridge District Council.
Plans for coastal access routes in Cumbria, Kent and Norfolk have recently been published and are still available for you to comment on.
Vision unveiled for geodiversity to be recognised as an integral part of our environment, economy and heritage.
Natural England has published its formal proposals to improve public access along a 55 km stretch of coast in Cumbria, between Whitehaven and Silecroft.
Today, Natural England’s web content moves to GOV.UK.
The Institute of Health Equity (IHE) has published a report funded by Natural England, which highlights the growing evidence of the benefits of green spaces on health and wellbeing, and the differences in access to natural e…
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