Natural England’s approach to advising competent authorities on the assessment of road traffic emissions under the Habitats Regulations (NEA001)

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This internal operational Guidance Note describes how Natural England advises competent authorities and others on the assessment of plans and projects (as required by the Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2017 (‘the Habitats Regulations’) likely to generate road traffic emissions to air which are capable of affecting European Sites. It has been published for information to help competent authorities to better understand Natural England’s own approach when applying the Habitats Regulations to these matters in its role as statutory adviser.

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