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BASC is advising shoot managers to consider making applications for grants from a £13 million fund the government hopes will increase England’s woodland.
The full findings of this year’s English Housing Survey were published last week, showing housing market characteristics for 2015-16.
It has now been confirmed that legislation providing for new corporate criminal offences of failure to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion will have effect from 30 September this year.
BASC has welcomed Environment Secretary Michael Gove’s support for land owners and managers who cultivate and protect habitats which encourage biodiversity.