Inert have shifted their restorations back to the pump station. I have seen them do this before, flit about the site. There are any number of reasons, possibly not able to hire sufficiently large numbers of lorries, birds breeding close by at this time of year, change of plan. Though, then again, I have seen Inert do this: transport stuff into an area; build heaps, flatten the area, then gouge the soil out and push it into ponds, before repeating process.
Lorry traffic did seem a little quieter, when I popped down Thursday and Friday mornings. Possibly one or two lorries - hard to tell as I tend not to hang around long.
One of the peaks of 'Twin peaks hill' seems to have been flattened a little. Whilst Inert appear to be building a new spoil heap further west of 'Twin peaks hill'. Inert love building spoil heaps.
Bit odd this heap building, as according to the plans, much of the area extending from the pump to the copse will be dug out to form the new, long Manor lake.
I've added some photos of some wildlife around the reserves.
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