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  1. Wheelchair users and pushchair pushers will be able to get closer to nature thanks to improvements to an Eccles nature reserve. The work at Three Sisters, off Rutland Road, Ellesmere Park, will also improve the home of the creatures which live on site, is being funded by Salford City Council through Section 106 funding which is paid by developers to mitigate the impact of housebuilding. The work will replace an old jetty over the ponds with a more accessible bankside jetty and pond dipping platform and replace two damaged boardwalks with gravel footpaths which will be more ‘wheel’ friendly. Overgrown vegetation will also be cleared from the ponds and a nearby drainage channel to control the water level and prevent flooding and some of the trees overhanging the ponds will be trimmed to allow more light to reach the water. Councillor David Lancaster, lead member for environment and community safety, said funds for the improvements had come from building new houses in Monton:
  2. United Utilities proposals to place a storm tank on an area of land at the Three Sisters nature reserve have been turned down by a city planning panel yesterday (15th October). Representatives from the Ellesmere Park Residents Association made an impassioned plea to save the beloved site of biological importance and diversity, stating the devastating impact the work would have on local wildlife and fauna. They were backed by local councillors Sharmina August and Mike McCusker alongside Salford and Eccles MP Rebecca Long-Bailey who gave strong arguments in objection to the application. Councillor McCusker motioned to refuse the application which was quickly seconded by newly appointed Salford Wildlife Champion, Lewis Nelson. The voted ended almost unanimously with 9 for refusal and just one abstention. It is hoped that the Utilities company will take this show of support as an indication to seek alternative proposals for the area, However, UU can chose to appeal the decision and even ignore it completely due to having a national mandate for large infrastructure projects. We understand that the Council is seeking a tree protection order as a safeguard.
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