Housing development under construction. Potton, Bedfordshire, England

Construction cases

New houses are needed. By working with government, local councils, developers and stakeholders we help ensure proposals don't damage the environment.

We will always work towards a solution which benefits the environment and its wildlife. Where a proposal is threatening to have a detrimental impact on protected habitats and species, we will object to the development.

Cases

Oystercatcher flock in flight over water.

Coul Links

A proposed golf course threatens a protected area of valuable coastal dune habitat, home to many species of wildlife.

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Aerial Danube Delta

Danube Delta

The Danube Delta is well known as one of Europe's premier wetlands.

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Pied wheatear

Kaliakra

Since 2007 more than 360 projects were proposed which will cause direct harm to feeding habitats of red-breasted geese.

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 Nightingale Luscinia megarhynchos, singing from a hawthorn bush, Minsmere, Suffolk

Lodge Hill, Chattenden Woods, Kent

Fighting plans to develop housing at Lodge Hill - one of the most important sites in the country for nightingales.

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David Douglas (Conservation Scientist) heads up a team looking into the effects of a wind farm on Golden plover Pluvialis apricaria, Sutherland, Scotland

Menie golf course development

Money trumps good intentions as damaging plans for a golf course, resort & housing at Menie, Aberdeen are consented.

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Blue wood texture background

Saint Helena

Construction of an airport & the development of tourism in St Helena may have a profound effect on the environment.

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Minsmere RSPB Reserve, pond and sand martin bank

Sizewell C new nuclear power station, Suffolk

The Sizewell C development has the potential to have a major impact on one of the UK's most wildlife-rich areas.

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Dartford warbler, Arne RSPB reserve, Dorset

Talbot Heath

A potentially-disastrous housing development for the protected wildlife of Talbot Heath has been rejected.

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Woodlark Lullula arborea back view

West Brandon road and housing

Rare and vulnerable birds are under threat from development in one of the UK's most unique and wildlife-rich landscapes.

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