Plans for controversial reservoir approved by second council despite ancient woodland loss

Proposals for a new reservoir, which would result in the loss of 14 hectares of ancient woodland and have the potential to harm species protected under the habitats directive, have been granted planning permission by a second Hampshire council.

A visualisation of the proposed reservoir - image: Portsmouth Water
A visualisation of the proposed reservoir - image: Portsmouth Water

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