You are cordially invited to a presentation on Friday 19th May 2pm – 4pm at the Rhydymwyn Valley Nature Reserve, Near Mold

Building Wildlife: Investing in Wildlife through Development

Are you a developer or a planner in North East Wales?

Do you need to provide biodiversity enhancement?

Building Wildlife supports a wide range of wildlife conservation projects and promotes good practice in connection with building development. Our overarching mission is to secure a sustainable future for wildlife and habitat conservation in North East Wales. We distribute financial contributions made by developers unable to undertake their own on site mitigation or who may wish to enable nature projects for a variety of species and habitats. 

On the 19th May we will be providing more information on Building Wildlife’s work and grant funding.

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  1. Introduction: Huw Evans (Independent Planning Consultant)
  2. Species Legislation and Your Development: Matt Ellis (Senior Species Officer Natural Resources Wales)
  3. Planning Guidance and Species Mitigation: Amanda Davies (Ecologist Flintshire County Council)
  4. How Building Wildlife can help you: Huw Evans
  5. Questions
  6. Light refreshments and an opportunity for discussion.

RSVP by 5th May, by emailing to confirm your place.

The Rhydymwyn Valley Nature Reserve is located at 17, Nant Alyn Road, Rhydymwyn, Flintshire CH7 5HQ. For directions, please click here.

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Introduction - Huw Evans, Trustee, Building Wildlife
Development & Wildlife Legislation - Nick Thomas and Matthew Ellis, Natural Resources Wales
Planning - Biodiversity Mitigation, Compensation and Enhancement - Amanda Davies, Flintshire County Council