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Land for natural open spaces should be part of planning conditions says March conservationist and Green councillor Robert White




Conservation groups in Fenland are calling for ‘wild’ open spaces to be more widely included in conditions imposed on developers wanting to build houses.

March and District Woodland Group and Friends of Ring’s End Nature Reserve are working together to improve and increase the number of green ‘natural’ spaces and Robert White, a member of both has outlined the hopes for the future.

Robert, who is a Green councillor on March Town Council, said making ‘wild’ green spaces part of Section 106 agreements when new housing developments are approved would not only improve the environment for the local population, but would also contribute towards the global situation too.



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