A Legal Update For Ecological Consultants (Brexit and European Protected Species) 28th February 2017
One day of training delivered by Penny Simpson from Freeths LLP.
· What Brexit could mean for our industry and its effect on UK domestic law · A recap or reminder of the regime in place for our European Protected Species (otter, bats, dormice, smooth snake, sand lizard, natterjack toad and great crested newt) · Where does flexibility for project delivery lie within EPS mitigation planning for development using real examples of real life novel approaches (Reasonable Avoidance Measures, Unlicensed and Licensed) · Low Impact Class License for great crested newt · Changes to legal thinking and developer class licences for water voles · An update on NE’s draft EPS licensing policies along with an update on case law in relation to EPS and Planning
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Great Crested Newt Low Impact Class Licence
Our Director Jon Cranfield attended the two-day Great Crested Newt Low Impact Class Licence Training on 13th and 14th June 2016 and has passed the online assessment exam. The second step in becoming a registered consultant under the low impact class license (LICL)
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