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Southampton City Council

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… to achieve this at a local level through habitat creation. Climate change and the threat of rising sea levels is presenting risks to our land assets. We need to consider how we protect our built environment whilst ensuring we respect the value of our coastal environment. 3. Our Natural Environment Charter Commitments: • We will protect and enhance our natural environment. Southampton City Council…

… and benefits of access. • We will work with residents, community groups and businesses to deliver practical improvements to our natural environment. • We will use citizen scientists to monitor the effects of the City Council’s natural environment policies and land management practices. • We will continue to ensure there is proper tree management in Southampton, understanding that some tree may…

… by undertaking a program of surveying and assessment. 16 Southampton City Council Green City Plan Success Measures • A net improvement in biodiversity index across the city. • An increase in the extent and quality of managed habitats and a reduction in the isolation index. • An increase in the tree canopy coverage. • An increase in the area of greenspace. • An increase in the extent of land

managed for biodiversity. • Introduction of sustainable drainage systems into all new major developments. • Develop the existing Community Engagement Officer scheme to strengthen our partnerships with community groups and residents. • Deliver a rolling programme of species-specific projects and educational campaigns to support important animals including bats, hedgehogs and peregrines…


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