Stony Stratford bypass channel

Last year we posted about the design and construction of Stony Stratford bypass channel on the River Great Ouse, Milton keynes (   Drone photography has since been used to capture the channel and we are pleased to see it has become well established with wildlife and vegetation. Bypass channels are an excellent ‘close-to-nature’ fish passage solution that aim to replicate a natural channel. As well as re-connecting existing riverine habitat additional habitat is created that can provide refuge to fish and promote biodiversity for other species including birds, mammals and invertebrates.


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