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Concerns raised for wildlife after weeds removed from West Norfolk village pond

Residents have raised concerns for wildlife in a West Norfolk village, in a location where there is planning permission for 10 self-build homes.

Villagers in Ingoldisthorpe have said they have recently seen New Zealand Pigmyweed being removed from the pond on land close to Hill Road and Lynn Road, prompting their concerns for the wildlife in that area.

The residents, who wished to remain anonymous, said they are particularly concerned as a biodiversity management plan associated with the development states that the weed would be removed in November.

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