Target 2010 - The condition of England’s SSSIs in 2005 owned and managed by business (ST130)

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English Nature (now Natural England) is the statutory body responsible for protecting
and managing the 4,118 Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) in England. They are owned and managed by individuals and organisations in the public and private sector. English Nature maintained data on the condition of all SSSIs, as part of the UK’s commitment to biodiversity reporting. This business supplement (based on data for December 2005) shows how businesses (81 companies in the FTSE 350 and public bodies with statutory responsibilities for SSSIs) are managing their sites to meet the Government’s Public Service Agreement Target (PSA) for SSSIs2. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs uses the data to monitor the contribution that businesses make to the implementation of the England Biodiversity Strategy.
This document is published for historic and research purposes.

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