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Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

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…, with development resulting in increased habitat fragmentation and disturbance to species. • A lack of effective habitat management. • Agricultural management - with intensification of land management often impacting on natural habitats and species. • Hydrological change - resulting on loss of wetland habitats. • Invasive non-native species, pests, and pathogens - the spread of which can have negative…

… negative impacts for individual species. Reversing this decline is a major challenge and while the Council can achieve so much through the way it manages its own land (mainly in urban and urban fringe locations), achieving wider nature recovery will require a strategic Borough-wide approach. Some local species and habitats are under threat from the spread of certain non-native invasive species…


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