Advice: Promoting biodiversity in new housing development

Promoting biodiversity on site can enhance the quality of a housing development, but it's important that ecological features are taken into account early, finds Ben Kochan.

by Ben Kochan
Ponds and lakes on developments, as here at Kidbrooke Park, promote biodiversity (PIC Berkeley Homes)
Ponds and lakes on developments, as here at Kidbrooke Park, promote biodiversity (PIC Berkeley Homes)

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