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Category: Conservation & wildlife
The RSPB is the UK charity working to secure a healthy environment for birds and wildlife, helping to create a better world for us all. This is done by acquiring land and managing it as nature reserves and by campaigning for the development, strengthening and enforcement of wildlife legislation and policy.
Address: South-east England Regional Office, 2nd Floor, Frederick House 42 Federick Place Brighton BN1 4EA
Telephone No: 01273 763606
Fax: 01273 220236
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Member Activities

Activities in the Kent coastal areas include:

North Kent Marshes – Action on the N Kent reserves (Cliffe Pools, Northward Hill, Elmley). Most work is going on at Cliffe Pools, for example, creation of a car park, hides and visitor trails is being planned at the moment, to create a premier site for people and wildlife.

Dungeness Shingle and Wetland Project – joint project between RSPB and Romney Marsh Countryside Project on Dungeness NNR. Work will include a new classroom, improved public access, education officer, habitat protection.

Thames Gateway – lobbying central and local government to ensure that new developments in the area are sustainable and that nature conservation interests are enhanced. Working with planning authorities to ensure developments do not have a negative impact on wildlife.

Kent Biodiversity Action Plan – lead for saline lagoons, saltmarsh and seagrass beds.

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