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Biodiversity net gain – The podcast series

03 August 2020 | Insight

Our three-part podcast explores how the UK Government pledges to support biodiversity in the development process.

This series of three episodes discusses how the UK Government proposes to implement the principle of biodiversity net gain for development.

Episode 1: Biodiversity gain as a condition of planning permission

In the first of a series discussing how the UK Government proposes to implement the principle of biodiversity net gain for development, Martyn Jarvis (Senior Associate) and Fiona Sawyer (Professional Support Lawyer) of the London Planning Team discuss what the proposals for biodiversity gain in planning require.

 

Episode 2: Achieving the biodiversity gain objective

In the second of a series discussing how the UK Government proposes to implement the principle of biodiversity net gain for development, Martyn Jarvis (Senior Associate) and Fiona Sawyer (Professional Support Lawyer) of the London Planning Team discuss the ways in which a development may achieve the biodiversity gain objective.

 

Episode 3: The biodiversity gain objective and urban greening in London

In the last of a series discussing how the UK Government proposes to implement the principle of biodiversity net gain for development, Martyn Jarvis (Senior Associate) and Fiona Sawyer (Professional Support Lawyer) of the London Planning Team discuss how the net-gain requirement ties in with an important green infrastructure policy in the emerging new London Plan, namely “urban greening”.

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