The Waterline

12 February 2020

Directors behind Lagoon Hull have appealed to the region’s conservation and wildlife experts for help in ensuring the £1.5bn scheme brings environmental benefits to the estuary.

Paul Hatley, Lagoon Hull Project Director, made the appeal at an event hosted by Humber Nature Partnership and attended by organisations including the local authorities, the RSPB, Yorkshire’s and Lincolnshire’s Wildlife Trusts, and the Environment Agency.
 

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