The appropriate authority1 must propose a list of sites2 in England and Wales which are eligible for identification as of Community importance, indicating with respect to each site which natural habitat types3 the site hosts and which species4 that are native to Great Britain the site hosts5. Once a site of Community importance in England or Wales has been adopted6 the appropriate authority must designate that site as a Special Area of Conservation as soon as possible and no later than six years from the date of adoption of that site7. The European Commission may also propose sites hosting
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