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Sites of Importance for Nature Conservation

Places in Bexley which are valuable for wildlife have been identified as Sites of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINCs).

The River Thames at Crossness (John Archer)

The London Borough of Bexley has adopted the Sites of Importance for Nature Conservation document, following a full SINC review.

It provides detailed guidance to support current Development Plan policies and the development of future local plans. It is also an important consideration for developers in the preparation of planning applications. It is a material consideration for the assessment of planning applications.

There are 60 individual SINC sites in Bexley. In addition, 14 strategic wildlife corridors are formally recognised.

The adopted document and a map showing the SINCs in Bexley can be found below.

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