TfW targets no net loss of biodiversity

Habitat is being replaced on a 2:1 basis as part of the project to provide a mile-long stabling line at Llanwern. 

TfW will also introduce green features at 22 stations and in five community areas near stations in areas of multiple depravation and where major enhancement works are taking place on the network.

TfW Chief Executive James Price said his organisation wants “to be seen as a leader and as an exemplar of sustainable transport”.

The principles which make up the action plan include: no net loss of biodiversity; communication and transparency with the public and stakeholders about what TfW is doing and why; collaboration and engagement; and a commitment to identifying and implementing biodiversity initiatives.

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