Maintaining green landscape that's more beneficial to wildlife
Reported via Android in the Parks/landscapes category anonymously at 12:33, Saturday 1 June 2019
Sent to Bristol City Council 1 minute later
Some of the grassy areas in this area had a variety of wild flowers showing, yet have recently been mowed short.
The area in the photo, as an example, doesn't seem necessary to be cut right back - there's no concern regarding blocking a clear line of sight given that it's between a footpath and the Metrobus route.
As like other patches nearby, please could the Council parks team consider leaving these areas more wild, so that there is a clearer biodiversity benefit?
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