Some developers are reviewing their policies after protests from environmentalists
A grassroots uprising is forcing builders and councils to remove netting over trees and hedgerows installed to prevent birds nesting and hindering their developments.
Environmentalists have condemned the practice and say it has exploded in scale this spring. The use of netting to prevent birds nesting in hedgerows and trees allows developers to get around the law that prevents the removal and damage of birds nests, and avoid delays to development caused by the nesting season.
Original Title: Property developers row back on netting used to stop birds nesting
Full Text of the Original Article: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/apr/05/use-of-netting-to-stop-birds-nesting-before-housebuilding-rebuked