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110,000 eco-sourced native species converge to create a beautiful journey on this nationally significant project

The Western Belfast Bypass is a new four-lane 5km stretch of highway, connecting Belfast and Hornby outside of Christchurch. As part of the Western Corridor, it will reduce congestion, improve travel times, provide better walking and cycling connections and boost safety. It is one of the Government’s “roads of National Significance,” an essential section of State Highway 1.

Taking the scenic route doesn’t mean taking the long way round with Christchurch’s Western Belfast Bypass. In fact, in just 5kms you’ll pass by 6 different environments spanning across 10.7 hectares. 

From typical motorway planting to wetlands, overbridge embankments and more, planting is essential for improving ecological outcomes for any motorway development. These environments are now home to more than 110,000 eco-sourced native species and 417 specimen trees, all of which have the added benefit of improving views for neighbouring residents. 

For the last three years, Natural Habitats has had the pleasure of maintaining this landscape, taking care of planting, managing weeds and 12.7 hectares of grass area care.

For this project, Natural Habitats was proud to receive the following 2021 Landscapes of Distinction Awards:

SILVER - Commercial Horticulture (Open project value and property size)

SILVER - Commercial Maintenance 5000m2 and over

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Western Belfast Bypass, Christchurch
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Western Belfast Bypass Planting, Christchurch
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110,000 eco-sourced native species converge to create a beautiful journey on this nationally significant project

The Western Belfast Bypass is a new four-lane 5km stretch of highway, connecting Belfast and Hornby outside of Christchurch. As part of the Western Corridor, it will reduce congestion, improve travel times, provide better walking and cycling connections and boost safety. It is one of the Government’s “roads of National Significance,” an essential section of State Highway 1.

Taking the scenic route doesn’t mean taking the long way round with Christchurch’s Western Belfast Bypass. In fact, in just 5kms you’ll pass by 6 different environments spanning across 10.7 hectares. 

From typical motorway planting to wetlands, overbridge embankments and more, planting is essential for improving ecological outcomes for any motorway development. These environments are now home to more than 110,000 eco-sourced native species and 417 specimen trees, all of which have the added benefit of improving views for neighbouring residents. 

For the last three years, Natural Habitats has had the pleasure of maintaining this landscape, taking care of planting, managing weeds and 12.7 hectares of grass area care.

For this project, Natural Habitats was proud to receive the following 2021 Landscapes of Distinction Awards:

SILVER - Commercial Horticulture (Open project value and property size)

SILVER - Commercial Maintenance 5000m2 and over

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Western Belfast Bypass, Christchurch
Western Belfast Bypass, Christchurch
Western Belfast Bypass, Christchurch
Western Belfast Bypass, Christchurch
Western Belfast Bypass, Christchurch
Western Belfast Bypass Planting, Christchurch
Western Belfast Bypass Planting, Christchurch
Western Belfast Bypass Planting, Christchurch

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Western Belfast Bypass

110,000 eco-sourced native species converge to create a beautiful journey on this nationally significant project

The Western Belfast Bypass is a new four-lane 5km stretch of highway, connecting Belfast and Hornby outside of Christchurch. As part of the Western Corridor, it will reduce congestion, improve travel times, provide better walking and cycling connections and boost safety. It is one of the Government’s “roads of National Significance,” an essential section of State Highway 1.

Taking the scenic route doesn’t mean taking the long way round with Christchurch’s Western Belfast Bypass. In fact, in just 5kms you’ll pass by 6 different environments spanning across 10.7 hectares. 

From typical motorway planting to wetlands, overbridge embankments and more, planting is essential for improving ecological outcomes for any motorway development. These environments are now home to more than 110,000 eco-sourced native species and 417 specimen trees, all of which have the added benefit of improving views for neighbouring residents. 

For the last three years, Natural Habitats has had the pleasure of maintaining this landscape, taking care of planting, managing weeds and 12.7 hectares of grass area care.

For this project, Natural Habitats was proud to receive the following 2021 Landscapes of Distinction Awards:

SILVER - Commercial Horticulture (Open project value and property size)

SILVER - Commercial Maintenance 5000m2 and over

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Western Belfast Bypass, Christchurch
Western Belfast Bypass, Christchurch
Western Belfast Bypass, Christchurch
Western Belfast Bypass, Christchurch
Western Belfast Bypass, Christchurch
Western Belfast Bypass Planting, Christchurch
Western Belfast Bypass Planting, Christchurch
Western Belfast Bypass Planting, Christchurch

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