Legal experts warn of delays as biodiversity net gain requirement comes into force

The government’s long-awaited biodiversity net gain (BNG) regulations have finally come into force today, meaning developers will be required to deliver at least a ten per cent benefit for nature on major schemes, but legal experts have warned of teething issues and initial planning delays.

by Alex King

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