The work of rehabilitation of the ex-jungle of Calais, (Hauts-de-France) to twenty hectares, started this July 3, 2017. A cost of € 600,000, the development of a site landscaped by the Conservatoire du littoral English Channel-North sea, could last for three to six months.
Instead of thousands of tents installed by the 7,000 refugees on the ex-Jungle of Calais in the Hauts-de-France, the Conservatoire du littoral English Channel-North Sea has started, July 3, 2017, the rehabilitation work of the place as a “site of exception, a point of view ecological and landscape”.
Removal of forest and creation of an observatory on the dunes
The site, committed over nearly twenty acres and is estimated to be € 600,000, began Monday morning and is expected to last three to six months, has announced the Conservatoire du Littoral. Objective : to rehabilitate The land, preferred for migratory birds. It is provided in particular on this site, a removal of woodland and the creation of an observatory on the dunes, full of the Coastline. The official inauguration of the work will take place this Thursday, July 6.read also
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