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A bumblebee feeding on a Buddleia bush. ©Lorne Gill. For information on reproduction rights contact the Scottish Natural Heritage Image Library on Tel. 01738 444177 or www.nature.scot

Creating a buzz in development - how can developers help Scotland's pollinators?

Sharing Good Practice event

Scotland's pollinators face many challenges, particularly in urban areas where green space and good habitat may be limited. All developments have the unique opportunity to improve the environment for pollinators by incorporating pollinator habitat into high-quality, multi-functional places for people to live and work.

This event is for developers, householders, businesses and local authorities. The event will set out industry examples of pollinator-friendly management being used across the housing, energy and transport sectors. It provides an excellent, and rare, opportunity to get practical advice from industry colleagues on how to achieve environmental benefits within the development management process to benefit wildlife and wider community well-being. 

The event will include workshops to support networking and will provide the basis to contribute to Government policy under the Pollinator Strategy for Scotland, leaving you better equipped to help build a more resilient and nature-rich future.

For further information, please see the event flyer.   Lunch and refreshments provided.

We recommend early registration to guarantee your place.  Please download the booking form and return to [email protected]. Alternatively, post to Alice Brawley, Scottish Natural Heritage, Battleby, Redgorton, Perth, PH1 3EW.

  • Venue information

    Redgorton

    Perth

    PH1 3EW


    Tel: 01738 458551
     

  • Grid reference
    NO086291
  • Grid reference: X
    308612
  • Grid reference: Y
    729152
  • Directions

    By Coach/Bus: Alight at Luncarty. 10 min walk to location.

    Stagecoach timetables.

    By Rail: Perth Station is the nearest station

    Scotrail website.

  • Region
    Perthshire