Wildlife Conservation

Coopers Edge is at the heart of an area of outstanding natural beauty, and situated in the lea of the stunning rural backdrop of Nut Hill at the foot of the Cotswolds.

Large areas of hedgerows and mature trees in and around the homes development area are being retained. There is also to be extensive provision of some 15.2 hectares of public open space within the destination.

The closest possible attention is also being given to protect and conserve all aspects of wildlife throughout the period of building of the new homes at Coopers Edge.

The Wootton Brook is being restored and culverts removed, creating a most active and wildlife ‘corridor’ of value to many invertebrates, fish, bats, birds and more. Special care provision is being made during development to support the likes of barn owls, skylarks, badgers, bats and newts, whilst careful selection and planting of flower shrub and tree species has been made to ensure that they all complement the stunning overall wildlife habitat around Coopers Edge.

All aspects of the thriving wildlife within the Coopers Edge area will be intensely monitored and managed throughout the period of the development.

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