Biodiversity Net Gain: Evaluating The Opportunities For Farmers & Land Managers

Yeo Valley Old Dairy Tent

From late 2023, Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) will require developers to minimise and ultimately offset any loss of wildlife habitat from development. This could see significant sums of money being spent to create new habitat, either via direct deals with land managers or the growing market for biodiversity credits.

This panel discussions will hear from experts on how farmers and land managers can take advantage of the opportunity and avoid any pitfalls, including:

• How biodiversity units are measured and delivered
• How BNG interacts with other funding sources such as the new ELM schemes
• Any risks and liabilities for land managers
• What you can do now to prepare for BNG