Human rights and nature conservation

The tougher nature conservation laws introduced by the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 have survived another challenge based on their alleged incompatibility with human rights. The Court of Appeal’s decision confirms that the absence of compensation for even severe restrictions on the use of property is unlikely to breach human rights.

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