DEFRA consults on legally binding conservation covenants

The introduction of conservation covenants in England will help ‘facilitate development’ and avoid ‘costly workarounds’ for environmental improvements, a DEFRA consultation says

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The main benefits of the use of covenants will be to facilitate development by providing the assurances that compensatory land will be managed for conservation purposes

The introduction of conservation covenants in England will help ‘facilitate development’ and avoid ‘costly workarounds’ for environmental improvements, a DEFRA consultation says.

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