Natural England’s streamlined species licensing saves developers £100m

Natural England’s streamlined great crested newt licensing scheme is estimated to have saved developers more than £100 million

Great crested newt. Photograph: Dirk Ercken/123RFNatural England’s streamlined species licensing scheme is estimated to have saved developers more than £100m.

The nature regulator assessed the financial implications of its regulatory policies under the government’s business impact target, which was extended to all regulators in England in 2016, in a document published on 18 July. 

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