'Nature is not a luxury but a necessity': Landsec unveils new nature strategy

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Landsec's Nova development in Victoria, London | Credit: Landsec
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Landsec's Nova development in Victoria, London | Credit: Landsec

Research from property giant reveals city dwellers believe protecting nature and biodiversity should be the second-biggest priority for developers behind good transport links

City developers need to prioritise green space, trees, plants, and wildlife in their urban developments to ensure that the UK's cities remain desirable places for people to live and work. That is the...

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