Welsh environment regulator gets new chair following timber scandal

The environment regulator for Wales has a new leader, three months after a timber scandal forced the old chair out

Commercial forestry could help Wales meet its woodland goals. Photograph: David Martyn Hughes/123RF
David Henshaw has been appointed as interim chair to NRW following Diane McCrea's departure

The environment regulator for Wales has a new leader, three months after a timber scandal forced the old chair out.

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