NGOs warn against brownfield first policies

Political drives to build homes on brownfield land have raised concerns among NGOs that valuable habitats will be lost

by Rachel Salvidge
Oliver Road Lagoons, a disused power station in Thurrock that now supports more than 1,300 wildlife species (photograph: S Falk)
Oliver Road Lagoons, a disused power station in Thurrock that now supports more than 1,300 wildlife species (photograph: S Falk)

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