BW defines its remit fairly broadly; allowing it scope to support wildlife conservation and promote good practice in connection with development and other human activities/ land uses.
The Board are responsible for deciding what they wish to take forward in line with BW’s “objects” and for agreeing the mechanisms for its delivery.
BW’s objects are “to promote for the benefit of the public the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment in statutory protected sites and connected areas in North East Wales”.
BW is able to prepare business and financial management plans, audits and organisational structures and associated administration.
BW also arranges the approval of any conservation strategies, conservation objectives, and associated implementation plans or proposals including land acquisition and tendering for occupation by other public, private or third sector organisations
The Board ensure overall operational functionality of BW through a steering group. Their remit includes requesting advice on technical, procedural or administration issues and the representation of BW at meetings, seminars, events and conferences.