Plans for a new West Norfolk wildlife site have been submitted.
It will be next to the new Parkway development in King’s Lynn have been submitted and comes alongside a tree planting scheme on an old landfill site.
Paul Kunes, the borough councillor responsible for the environment, said: “These plans represent an excellent environmental result as our habitat management plan for the wildlife site aims to produce a quantifiable biodiversity gain.
“It will reverse the current declining diversity of the site by turning it into a managed nature reserve that will support a broader range of aquatic and terrestrial plants and has the potential to encourage protected species such as brown hares, water voles and a variety of bats and birds.
“We also promised that we would plant three trees for every one felled and that is exactly what we are doing.”