Welcome to the Award winning Habitats Regulations Assessment Handbook and accompanying Journal
Aimed at statutory bodies, local authorities, other 'competent authorities', third sector organisations, ecologists, lawyers, planners and project proposers, the Handbook is the one definitive source of detailed guidance that is regularly updated for good practice and monitored by a barrister specialising in environmental law and the Habitats Regulations in particular.
Current subscribers to the Handbook include
- Natural England
- Natural Resources Wales
- Environment Agency
- Joint Nature Conservation Committee
- Marine Management Organisation
- The Planning Inspectorate
- Local planning authorities
- Consultants, lawyers and third sector organisations
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Fully consistent with relevant guidance and case law, it covers all aspects of the assessment process and has been informed by feedback from key stakeholders. The Journal is the only UK periodical in this field to keep you informed.
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Constructive regulation - Efficient compliance - Effective conservation