Where Natural England, in relation to England, or the Natural Resources Body for Wales, in relation to Wales1, is of the opinion that if land adjacent to a site of special scientific interest2 (the 'extra land')3 were combined with the site of special scientific interest (the 'SSSI'), the combined area of land would be of special interest by reason of any of its flora, fauna, or geological or physiographical features, Natural England or the Natural Resources Body for Wales may decide to notify that fact4. If Natural England or the Natural Resources Body for Wales so decides, the persons
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