The Peregrine Falcons can nest on the roof of Sussex Heights this year again – this is the 12th year that Peregrine Falcons will be nesting on the building. Our managing agents Austin Rees have liaised with the experts (Natural England and the Sussex Ornithological Society) and planned the timetable for the major works to the roof and facade accordingly. This means that renovation works will start after the eggs have hatched and birds are about 4 weeks old, when there is much less impact on the birds through works on the roof. No work will be conducted in the area of the nestbox and there will be special shielding installed to minimise impact on the Peregrine Falcons' nesting site.
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