Planning for change by Tom Marshall
People need places to live and work, but sometimes planning decisions seem to conflict with the best interests of local wildlife.
We receive many requests from the public asking us to intervene on planning applications and decisions. Where we can make most difference for wildlife we intervene and make a stand.
But limited resources – we have just one Planning Officer! – mean that many planning issues are too small for us to become directly involved in.
We can offer help
However, this doesn’t mean we can’t offer help. We have compiled a step-by-step guide for people who wish to object to a planning application for development on wildlife grounds. Click here to download the guide.