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This record contains Natural England’s formal advice for the Studland to Portland candidate Special Area of Conservation (cSAC), given under Regulation 35(3) of The Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2010 (as amended). It supersedes the previous draft conservation advice for Studland to Portland cSAC, and also supersedes draft advice on the Poole Bay to Lyme Bay proposed Special Area of Conservation (pSAC).
As a result of the 2009/10 public consultation on Poole Bay to Lyme Bay possible Special Area of Conservation (pSAC), the original site was split into two separate sites. The Lyme Bay component was renamed Lyme Bay and Torbay; and the Poole Bay component renamed Studland to Portland. A formal public consultation for this site was carried out in 2011.
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