The introduction of this new legislation has uncovered an opportunity for landowners to either work with developers to create a BNG site, or form BNG units on their land before going to market. The Batcheller Monkhouse Environment Gateway is an extensive group of farms, estates and parcels of land that have registered to be promoted to anyone looking for BNG land.
It is estimated that over 3,300 acres of land per annum will be required for habitat creation each year. Within the Environment Gateway we are able to either promote your land to active developers to create a BNG site, or you can form BNG units on your land ready to be presented to the wider market.
The creation of BNG units can take place on a variety of scales, from a quarter of an acre up to 1000 acres. Whether it’s a field corner, an acre of scrub, woodland, or unproductive arable and grassland, our experts can help outline your options.
If you have any questions or are interested in joining the Batcheller Monkhouse Environment Gateway, please contact Toby Trotman, Senior Surveyor on 01892 509280 or email email@example.com.
Batcheller Monkhouse is the largest independent surveying firm in the South East. With a rich history and excellent local knowledge, we are proud to provide a truly bespoke, professional and trusted service to all. Our dedicated and highly experienced development and rural teams can provide you with specialist advice on a range of professional property services.
If you’re a developer looking to offset and are interested in securing new biodiversity opportunities, please contact Scott Smith, Associate on 01892 509280 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.