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Nightingales: 1/1 of 1

Eleventh hour reprieve for one of the last bastions of nightingales

Brendan Montague

7 September, 2017

A planning application to build thousands of new houses on Lodge Hill, one of the last strongholds for nightingales in the UK, has been withdrawn. More than 12,000 people objected to the application to build on the Site of Special Scientific Interest, leading to a Public Inquiry being scheduled for March 2018. BRENDAN MONTAGUE reports more...

Nightingales: 1/1 of 1

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