Phillipa Perry MBE

Pip Perry MBE

Pip has had a long association with amphibian and reptile conservation in North Wales and a strong association with community engagement with wildlife conservation. She established the Deeside Urban Wildlife Group (later to form North East Wales Wildlife) before becoming a Trustee of ARC in 2011.

Pip has a particular interest in ensuring effective conservation of wildlife associated with building development. She has provided commercial consultancy advice (and in particular in connection with great crested newts) and is a founding Trustee of BW that looks to develop well-designed and properly supported schemes that aim to develop practical approaches to conserving wildlife associated with development proposals.

Pip is also a trustee of the Flintshire Voluntary Council. She was awarded an MBE for services to amphibian conservation in North Wales.

All Trustees

Huw Evans
Huw Evans is an independent Planning Consultant working primarily in North and Mid Wales.…
Paul Day
Paul Day is an environmental professional with over 40 years of experience working for…
Sarah Carver
Sarah Carver has been working in the field of wildlife, habitat protection, and nature…

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