BASC will be working hard to ensure the licences are "fit for purpose and future-proof".
The users of the Welsh general licences should be represented by their organisation within the proceedings.
The decision to refuse our application as an interested party will not stop our work and actions to ensure a future proof and workable set of licences.
Decision sensible and workable, says BASC.
BASC has been given no choice but to seek to involve itself in court proceedings.
BASC appreciates the positive engagement of Defra and Natural England to help deliver a workable licence.
"Wholly inappropriate" of Wild Justice when the people of Wales are "panicking about their lives and livelihoods".
BASC’s head of biodiversity Ian Danby outlines the history of general licences and what BASC is doing to combat current issues.
Natural Resources Wales’ commitment provides users with the confidence that they are undertaking essential pest control legally.