New town ‘will form important wildlife habitat’

A NEW town will provide an “internationally important” wildlife habitat.

An ecologist acting for Multiplex Stannifer will today tell a planning inquiry that plans for the Mereham development include a wetland which would help water voles, reed buntings, amphibians and reptiles to thrive.

The inquiry will also hear from two other experts backing Multiplex with claims that the 5,100-home new town on the A10 near Stretham will enhance the landscape and will not be prone to flooding. more at Cambridge Evening News


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