PAS 2010 Planning to halt the loss of biodiversity

PAS 2010 is a Publicly Available Specification published by the British Standards Institution. It is particularly relevant to land use and spatial planning in terrestrial, coastal and freshwater environments, but its principles can also be applied to planning in the marine environment. It shows where and how competent authorities can have regards to seek to further biodiversity conversation in the exercise of their planning functions as required under statutory obligations.


What are the benefits of PAS 2010?

Comply with industry best practice and government policy Incorporate biodiversity into current and future strategies.

Use PAS 2010 in all areas of your business as a reference tool Engage employees and stakeholders in conservation work Meet growing expectations for sound environmental credentials.

PAS 2010 Planning to halt the loss of biodiversity

Biodiversity is an essential part of the UK planning system. And PAS 2010 allows more planning authorities, businesses and community groups to make sure conservation is carried out. The specification outlines ways to integrate biodiversity conservation into spatial and land use.





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PAS 2060:2010, Specification for Carbon Neutrality, is a standard published by the British Standards Institution in 2010 that enables organizations to ensure that their CO2 neutral claims are correct and increase customer confidence.

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