The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Animal and Plant Health Agency are lifting restrictions on the movement of free range birds in poultry farms.
Chickens and other farmed birds will be allowed outside from Thursday 13 April.
This follows an announcement by the UK's Chief Veterinary Officer, of updated evidence on any risks from wild birds.
Poultry farmers are still required to follow biosecurity measures and poultry gatherings are also still banned until further notice.
Certain restrictions were put in place after the H5N8 avian flu was found in wild and farmed birds, including chickens, turkey, ducks and geese, in the UK last December.