Uncertainty persists over safeguards for proposed EU habitats

The European Court of Justice has ruled that the full legal protection under the EU habitats Directive which relates to sites of Community importance does not apply until a designated site is finally approved by the European Commission. Nevertheless, Member States have some legal duties towards protected sites in the process of designation - though the Court was remarkably vague as to what these would entail.

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