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Arcadis: Otterpool Park Garden Town

Otterpool Park, a proposed garden town located in the Kent countryside close to the seaside towns of Folkestone and Hythe, is planned to provide up to 10,000 homes, 12 hectares of employment space, open green areas, and community facilities.

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Binnies: Burton Washlands Scheme

The Burton Washlands scheme set out to reimagine how the Washlands could be used more effectively as existing design and management were producing sub-par outcomes, failing to ameliorate the impacts of flood incidents.

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Jacobs: HS2 Colne Valley Landscape and Habitat Creation

By re-using construction materials, the project will create 127 hectares of new chalk grassland, woodland, wood pasture and wetland habitats to deliver a substantial ecological gain in the Colne Valley.

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Jacobs: Steart Marshes Managed Realignment Scheme

A sustainable approach to flood protection involving community engagement, hydrodynamic modelling and environmentally friendly construction practices.

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Jacobs: Thames Tideway Tunnel

The Thames Tideway Tunnel infrastructure project focuses on upgrading the section of London’s sewer system that runs under the tidally influenced reaches of the River Thames and Inner London.

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Jacobs: Transpennine Route Upgrade

The Transpennine Route Upgrade (TRU) is a large infrastructure project that aims to improve the railway line between York and Manchester, including Leeds and Huddersfield covering 76 miles of train lines that run through the Pennines, a rural area that’s well known for its natural beauty and designated ecological areas.

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SSEN Transmission: Embedding Biodiversity into Project Design

Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks Transmission (SSEN Transmission) has voluntarily committed to delivering biodiversity net gains for its current and future projects and operations.

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