Natural England to use byelaw powers to protect SSSIs

England’s nature regulator is seeking views on how it can best use local enforcement powers to stamp out activities detrimental to sites of special scientific interest

Ermelvy Bridge
The Erme Estuary flowing from the River Erme in Devon is one of more than four thousand protected SSSIs in England

England’s nature regulator is seeking views on how it can best use local enforcement powers to stamp out activities detrimental to sites of special scientific interest (SSSI).

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