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protected area

An area within a building that meets the fire protection requirements specified by code and provides a means of escape to the exterior of the building in case of emergency.
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Persimmon Homes was given permission to build 453 homes on land north of Milby Drive and, as part of this, the wildlife area was to be removed.
This will be achieved by carefully managing the grass cutting in this area of land and informing members of the public of the importance of the wildlife area with clearly placed signage.
The garden of just under an acre has 16 raised beds, a greenhouse, and kitchen area and the charity decided to create a wildlife area as an added benefit for visitors, with the backing of a grant from the Community Foundation Tyne & Wear and Northumberland's Local Environmental Action Fund.
The free pheasant hunts will be at the Fern Ridge Wildlife area on Sept.
-- State crews in Indiana have put up ''Turtle Crossing'' signs along a busy road running beside a wildlife area in Terre Haute.
Former Linthwaite Ardron School pupil, Robert Frost, and his colleagues at Wates Living Space helped tidy and re-landscape the school's wildlife area.
Bazar said that besides leopard and Marcher, some other species of wildlife including wolf, jackal, rabbit and others are also found in Taka to wildlife area. He alleged that the employees of Forests and Wildlife Department were involved in providing facility of poaching to influential.
Hundreds of people have already signed up to the pledges including Judy Hudson from Conwy who has agreed to join a volunteer group and continue litter picks in the town and Shane Hughes from Denbighshire who has pledged to help wildlife in his garden by feeding the birds or creating a wildlife area as well as growing his own fruit and vegetables.
Branton school headteacher Alison Lloyd-Harris said: " We have our own wildlife area that we can use all year round for subjects like environment and art.
The land is owned by Leasowe Community Homes and the long-term vision includes a wildlife area, a grassed play area and a series of segmented gardens that local schoolchildren can help to tend.
The college has taken the lead in identifying the importance of natural landscaping, balanced ecosystems and wildlife area restoration that is often overlooked in a growing urban setting.

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