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BPCA urges members to help it change licences for gull control
BPCA urges members to help it change licences for gull control
After a challenging year for gull control in England, the British Pest Control Association is asking the pest management community to help it make the process for getting a licence better.
Natural England starts issuing individual licence decisions
Natural England starts issuing individual licence decisions
Natural England has begun the process of contacting pest professionals in relation to applications for individual bird control licences.
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