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Orkney Islands Council

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… a healthy and diverse natural environment with capacity to adapt. Its Policy 9 Natural Heritage & Landscape includes the following sub-sections: A Natural Heritage Designations; B Protected Species; C Wider Biodiversity and Geodiversity; D the Water Environment; E Peat and Soils; F Trees and Woodland. The Council shares tide level information on request with SEPA, recorded…

… management process under the 2009 Act. OIC is developing water and flooding guidance to developers in Orkney in order to ensure that flood risk management requirements are met and make sure that opportunities for environmental enhancement, promotion of biodiversity and mitigation of the effects of future climate change are not missed. During the period of review, we undertook additional risk preparedness…

…. It is anticipated that similar joint working will be undertaken for other new development areas in future. N2-2 The Council's Open Space Strategy highlights the benefits, goods and services provided by areas of open space / green spaces. These include natural flood risk management, benefits for biodiversity and for public health and well-being. N2-11 The Local Development Plan 2017 seeks to support…

… for biodiversity and for public health and well-being. The Vision and Action Plan includes the following objectives: 1. Protecting…


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