What are the biodiversity net gain ‘elephant traps’ lying in wait?
Delivering a 10% biodiversity net gain on most new developments will become law this year, but Natural England’s chief executive has warned of “elephant traps” that need filling to make the policy a success. But what are they? Tess Colley reports.
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