On the St Nicholas Chantry School Project in Clevedon, Kier Construction have been caring for the flora and fauna around the site, to allow the local community clear access around the perimeter.
The site boundary was situated on a main road which was closed to the public and road users, nonetheless the footpaths were still in use by local residents and are connected to a green wooded area of Clevedon. Ramblers, cyclists and horse riders used the footpath and forest runs.
On a weekly basis the site team trim the hedges, sweep the footpaths, keep an eye on wildlife and encourage dog owners to use our free bags to clear up after their dog.
When trimming the nettles or grasses Kier always bear in mind that if the heads of the nettles have larvae on them, we clip them first and shake them onto the hedgerows behind as the larvae on nettles are quite often red admiral butterfly larvae.
Entry submitted by Kier Construction
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