If you are a landowner, land agent, or farmer contemplating habitat enhancement for the benefit of biodiversity or improvements to encourage wildlife whether large or small scale Building Wildlife may be able to help fund a project on your land if certain criteria are met.
You may be thinking of constructing a pond or filling in the gaps in your hedgerows or even just planting a few native trees and installing the odd bird or bat box. If so, we are here to offer advice and may be able to assist with funding.
If you are looking to carry out research, survey or develop an educational project we may be able to assist with funding.
Our grants are available to benefit the conservation status of those species and their habitats including Great crested newt in North east Wales considered of principal importance through wildlife legislation in Wales.
With regards to European sites where great crested newts are a principal feature refer to the Conservation Objectives of the Special Area of Conservation (SAC) Core Management Plan available on the Natural Resources Wales website, at www.naturalresourceswales.gov.uk.
Project examples that would benefit those species listed in Welsh Government legislation including great crested newt are:
If you'd like more information about grants available, you can contact us by emailing email@example.com
If you would like to apply for a grant, you can complete our application form below or you can download the Building Wildlife grant application form here;