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St Mark Councillor Jeremy Nettle

A picture for Councillor-Jeremy-Nettle

Cllr. Jeremy Nettle has been working with Council officers and English Nature to extend the Avon Valley Local Nature Reserve, to include the River Avon and north of the new Five Rivers. The new interpretation signs installed in June this year provides visitors and school children with pictorial information about the wildlife interest in the area throughout the year. The area provides accessible natural green space and is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and is therefore will now become a Special Area of Conservation. Leisure complex. The board-walk allows easy access for visitors to the area to see wild fowl on the river and the new wildflower meadow that was sown in 2001.

In addition Cllr Nettle has been campaigning for coin operated Super market trolleys in an attempt to stop these ending up in the River Avon or being abandoned within the City.

Current envronmental isues: Erection of 'Motorway signs' Visual Messaging Signs along Castle Road to enable drivers to see the number of parking spaces currently available within the City Car parks

contact : Jeremy Nettle
Tel : 0777 4962 333
Email : jnettle@salisbury.gov.uk
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