Homebuilder flying high with RSPB partnership

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 15 May 2018

One of the region’s biggest housebuilders has extended its partnership with the RSPB in a bid to deliver more wildlife-friendly housing across Hull.

David Wilson Homes has announced a three-year extension of its unique partnership with the national charity.

The pair will work together to promote wildlife at large developments including Tranby Fields in Hessle and Aspect in Anlaby.

Paul Newman, managing director of David Wilson Homes Yorkshire East, said: “Our partnership renews our commitment to building great places that provide high quality homes and supports the environment for people and wildlife alike to thrive. We will continue to work together on nature friendly best practice that helps people, plants and animals become healthier and happier.”

The two organisations have worked together to agree on the best trees and plants to use in gardens, the best times of year to survey species of wildlife, and how to use existing nature features on new development.



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