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Biodiversity Net Gain

Biodiversity net gain is an approach that seeks to leave the environment in a measurably better state than prior to development taking place.

This mechanism is used to offset the environmental losses from a development project by creating or restoring habitats on the site or elsewhere. 

From 2023, all development schemes will need to deliver at least a 10% biodiversity net gain for the project to go ahead. This gain must then be maintained for at least 30 years.

We offer a complete service to you in relation to biodiversity net gain, whether you are a developer or a provider of biodiversity net gain.

Biodiversity offsetting services includes:

  • Discussing net gain requirements with the local planning authority
  • Ecological surveying of development and potential offset sites
  • Calculating biodiversity metrics (using standard Metric 4.0)
  • Professional guidance on the restoration or creation of habitats
  • Habitat Management Plans
  • Long-term monitoring of net gain sites
  • Brokering agreements between developers and biodiversity net gain providers
  • Locating and negotiating the purchase of suitable offset land
Expression of Interest
We will assess your land for suitability for Biodiversity Net Gain
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