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This area is already under permanent protection - it's called the "greenbelt". It is agricultural land. It is already a wildlife haven - it is a well-known as a breeding ground for skylarks, for migrant birds and also a territory for birds of prey. Building this cemetery would be an act of environmental destruction and would lead to a loss of birds and biodiversity. What they are proposing is no substitute: once nature is destroyed it is gone for ever. I expect the landowners (registered in the British Virgin Islands by the way) see this as a way to get round the greenbelt laws and make more money. This proposal must be opposed.