REGENERATION NEWS IN BRIEF: Rare wildlife at a site in Essex ...

Rare wildlife at a site in Essex earmarked for employment development will be protected, the East of England Development Agency (EEDA) and English Nature have promised. The EEDA bought the 27.5ha Northwick Road site in Canvey Island from Safeway in 2002. It is home to a variety of rare insects, particularly bees, wasps and beetles. However, the two agencies have identified areas of the site that contain the richest wildlife habitats and have earmarked separate plots for development.

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