I’m a local resident and Councillor in Earlsfield, for full disclosure.
I also campaign to save our wildlife. This weekend there was a people’s march for wildlife, organised by Chris Packham. We are at crisis point with the threat to losing some of our species forever. Access to nature is vital to our health and mental well being, it is becoming something not available to all. I would encourage people to read http://www.chrispackham.co.uk/a-peoples ... r-wildlife
It contains some great ideas for how developers can support wildlife in an urban environment. For example, adding in bird boxes to provide nesting for birds as more of our hedges and trees are removed.
I am interested if there has been a bio diversity audit on this site to identity what species will be at risk. Is there someone on here leading the campaign against this development who would be able to contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org