National Grid fined for damage to wildlife site

National Grid has become the first major company to be prosecuted for damaging a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). The company was fined £1,500 after it admitted damaging a strip of shingle grassland at Dungeness, Kent, while erecting a security fence.

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