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Old tipping site turns biodiverse neighbourhood

by | 28 Nov 23 | Nature & Biodiversity, News

In plans submitted by Bellway, a new biodiverse neighbourhood will replace what was once an unlicensed tip site.

The project, known as Kingsgate Park, is being delivered in the London Borough of Redbridge as part of a larger masterplan.

All homes, which are mixed capacity occupancy will have private outdoor space in the form of a balcony, terrace or garden.

Plans also include a linear park, providing access to play space, open lawns and planting areas for the community, while supporting improved access to green space.

Tom Sherriff, managing director, Bellway comments: “The remediation of the site will improve the water quality of the local watercourse.

“There will be a net gain in biodiversity, with new trees and shrubs, bat and bird boxes and wildlife habitats.”

The project’s masterplan is set to deliver over 1,300 new homes- endorsed by Redbridge council earlier this year.

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