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Chief Executive Marian Spain on how Natural England is facing the challenges posed by Coronavirus.
All of Cotswold Water Park has been given Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) status.
Natural England’s LIFE in the Ravines project is launched today with £5 million of funding.
Seven sites will receive a share of over £5.5m pot to research how nature can be used to improve mental health and wellbeing.
68 projects to receive a multi-million pound boost for green jobs and nature recovery
Natural England proposes to improve public access to a 25-mile stretch of coast between Felixstowe Ferry and Bawdsey in Suffolk.
Ribble Estuary National Nature Reserve (NNR) extended to give greater protection to more than a quarter of a million migrating water birds.
Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire to benefit from expansion to National Nature Reserve.
Extensive damage reported on Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) area of River Lugg in Herefordshire.
Natural England, the Environment Agency and the Forestry Commission have joined forces to investigate a series of unconsented works on the river Lugg.
Expansion of Solway Firth site boosts England’s network of Marine Protected Areas
Roadmap to better, fairer farming system published today
Natural England has published proposals to improve access to a stretch of coast around The Wash.
The new measures are part of the Prime Minister's 10 Point Plan to help kickstart the nation’s green recovery.
Expansion of a protected area in the Isles of Scilly.
England-wide action for nature: Natural England brings government, conservationists, businesses, farmers and landowners together to drive forward the delivery of an England-wide network for nature.
Call for evidence launches on proposals to better safeguard marine habitats. Key offshore habitats such as Dogger Bank could benefit from enhanced protections
Proposals to open up a 50 mile stretch of coast between Salcott and Jaywick have been unveiled by Natural England.
New People and Nature Survey reveals clear inequalities for children engaging with nature.
Important flower-rich grasslands in Luton gain national protection through SSSI designation.
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