The UK’s first biodiversity offsets scheme is to go ahead imminently in Oxfordshire – a landmark for the concept.
Taylor Wimpey is to buy offsets to create a meadow on chalk escarpment in South Oxfordshire. This will replace habitat lost while building a 98-home development in nearby Southmoor.
The new habitat will initially be 2.2 hectares in size, and cost Taylor Wimpey about £51,000 according to a
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