Nature conservation regulations

Nature conservation regulations concern the protection of nature. These regulations have been made because human activity has a direct impact on nature. Examples of laws which seek to protect nature are  the Nature Conservancy Act, Flora and Fauna Act and the Forest Act.

Knowledge of nature legislation is necessary for example for project development. Consider, for instance, the implications for industrial parks and housing, but also for single building construction. In both cases, nature conservation regulations will apply. Depending on the location, but also the function of the building,  these regulations determine what is and is not allowed. This area of law is again a true specialty. The lawyers of Rotshuizen Geense Advocaten  are fully familiar with  nature conservation legislation.

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