'Cheaper and simpler' to consider biodiversity net gain early, says Defra director

Developers should consider the implications of the proposed new biodiversity net gain requirement as early as possible in the planning process, a senior Defra official has advised.

by Ellie Kahn
Newly planted saplings in a woodland area (Pic: Getty)
Newly planted saplings in a woodland area (Pic: Getty)

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