Inside the Warwickshire estate where net gain credits are already being spent

How one 'traditional country estate' is receiving an income by enhancing floral diversity on part of the land and selling the biodiversity net gain to housebuilders

by James Fair
Emma Holman-West has sown wildflower meadows on Alscot Estate to generate biodiversity credits to sell to developers
Emma Holman-West has sown wildflower meadows on Alscot Estate to generate biodiversity credits to sell to developers

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