1,300 hectares of offsite net gain land required each year, analysis finds

An area of land equivalent to 20% of the amount of land developed for housing in England each year is likely to be needed for offsite habitat creation under new biodiversity net gain measures due to be implemented by the Environment Bill, according to an analysis.

by Michael Donnelly
Construction: Developers will soon have to deliver 10% net biodiversity gain
Construction: Developers will soon have to deliver 10% net biodiversity gain

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