Welcome to Building Wildlife

Building Wildlife supports a wide range of wildlife conservation projects and promotes good practice in connection with building development and other human activities and land uses. Our overarching mission is to secure a sustainable future for wildlife and habitat conservation in North East Wales. Building Wildlife’s objects are;

"to promote for the benefit of the public the conservation and protection of species and their habitats, including Great crested newts, considered of principal importance through current wildlife legislation in Wales in areas of North East Wales (Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham)"

Click on one of the boxes below to learn more about how Building Wildlife can help you with your conservation or habitat mitigation project.

Are you contemplating carrying out a local conservation project? We’re here to offer advice & assist with funding.

Are you a developer that needs to provide mitigation or compensation for a new development?

Building Wildlife was originally proposed by a local authority biodiversity champion to emphasise...

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Building Wildlife Changes Objectives

Building Wildlife are proud to announce that it has changed it's objectives, enabling it to support a much wider number…
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Meeting at Wepre Park

16th January 2018 saw a good gathering of local authority planners and ecologists from Flintshire, Wrexham and Denbighshire who gathered…
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Building Benefits for Wildlife

The Chartered Institute of Ecological and Environmental Management recently held their autumn conference in Llandudno. As part of this national…
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