Advice: Promoting biodiversity in new housing development

The new requirement for new housing schemes to deliver a 10 per cent net gain in biodiversity means habitats on a site need to be considered very early, finds Ben Kochan.

by Ben Kochan
Barton Park Paul Miller
At Grosvenor's Barton Park the linear park with ponds was installed early in the development (PIC Paul Miller)

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