15th July 2020, Wednesday

The Lion, the Newt and the Dragon

In the land of the Welsh dragon, a nature reserve for great crested newts that was named after a local …

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There’s a Grouse loose about this House

The Environment Partnership believes in supporting sustainable development and for the last two decades our work has helped conserve and …

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The Early Bird and The Pink-footed Geese

It is early September and the pink-footed goose autumn migration has started with skeins being seen over the North West …

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BNG – What’s it all about?

DEFRA recently published its objectives for a mandatory biodiversity net gain (BNG) policy in England, while Natural England has also …

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TEP Volunteer at RHS Bridgewater

13 of TEP’s Landscape Architects and Ecologists visited RHS Garden Bridgewater in Salford last week as one of TEP’s Corporate …

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Approval for 200 new homes at Barton Park, Oxford

Oxford City Council has granted permission for 207 new homes at Barton Park, located towards the north eastern edge of …

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