Wales consults again on nature regulator merger

Plans to merge Wales' nature regulators are being consulted on for a second time

The Welsh government is consulting for a second time on its plans to merge the Environment Agency Wales, the Countryside Council for Wales and the Forestry Commission Wales.

A first consultation, held earlier this year, revealed broad support for the idea (ENDS Report 448, pp 30-31).

The new body, provisionally known as the Natural Resources Body for Wales, gained legal status in July (see p 6).

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