Pollinator Advisory Sheets


Tailored advice on managing land for pollinators

The World Bee Project posts this content as a contributing stakeholder to the National Pollinator Strategy along with many other organisations and individuals. 

The information in this section can be downloaded from the Bees’ Needs website hosted by The Wildlife Trusts on behalf of Defra in support of the emerging National Pollinator Strategy.


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This information sheet is relevant for all involved in agriculture and horticulture, including farmers, growers, landowners, estate managers, contractors and farm advisers.



An astonishing diversity of pollinators can be found in gardens, whether town, city or countryside. Download to find out how your garden can support pollinators. 


Industrial and Post-industrial

This is relevant for managers & contractors dealing with green spaces on industrial sites, and water & other utility or industrial companies who own post-industrial & brownfield sites. 


Transport corridors

Road verges and railway embankments can be important habitats for pollinating insects. This information sheet is relevant for road and rail managers and contractors, as well as planners and developers.


Urban Environment

This information sheet is relevant for Local Authorities and organisations who manage green space in an urban setting, as well as for those managing public or communal green space.



Woodland is an important habitat for many species of pollinator, including bumblebees. Relevant for farmers, landowners, estate managers, contractors, woodland and forestry managers.