Method statement to support a mitigation licence application

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Method statement to support a mitigation
licence application
From:
Natural England and Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs
First published:
6 October 2014
Applies to:
England
Show what impact an activity will have on protected species and whether their favourable
conservation status will be maintained.
Document
Method statement to support a mitigation licence application
for protected species (A12-2)
MS Word Document, 116KB
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Detail
The method statement is used by Natural England to make sure that the proposed work won’t
have a harmful effect on the protected species concerned.
This statement requires knowledge of the species and is usually completed by a consultant
ecologist.
You need to include details of:
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the proposed work
surveys conducted, with details of species numbers and how the species uses the site
an assessment of the potential impacts of the proposed work
mitigation plans (how you’ll reduce or cancel the damage if you can’t avoid affecting the
species)
compensation plans (how you’ll compensate for any unavoidable damage)
timetable of work being licensed
Published:
6 October 2014
From:
Natural England
Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs
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