The creation of nature habitats in Oxfordshire

New Oxfordshire habitat creation projects

It’s good news for local nature lovers, and who doesn’t love wildflowers & the insects attracted to them? The recovery of Nature is at the heart of West Oxfordshire District Council’s land management Plans.

Sites that have been selected for their existing & potential wildlife value are:

WITNEY:

Langel Common, Madley Park estate, Deer Park Wood, Deer Park South, Deer Park estate, Bathing Place estate, Millers Mews & Bishops Farm Mill.


NORTH LEIGH:

North Leigh Common


CARTERTON:

Kilkenny Country Park & Shilton Park estate


CHIPPING NORTON:

Rowell Way estate

The council hope to build on the day-to-day management with new habitat creation projects, and will continue to support our local volunteer groups, the Witney Woodland Volunteers and the Friends of North Leigh Common in the valuable nature conservation work they do.

I love Oxfordshire Groups have championed for more wild flower meadows for many years.

Now residents and local community groups are invited to give their views on the new land management plans.

N.B. Comments should be made by Friday 10 December 2021 and emailed to: [email protected]

The complete set of land management plans is available to download from the District Council’s website:

www.westoxon.gov.uk/environment/climate-action/enhancing-our-natural-capital/

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