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“It’s surely our responsibility to do everything within our power to create a planet that provides a home not just for us, but for all life on Earth.”
— Sir David Attenborough

The World Bee Project Ecological Consultancy builds foundations for best practice habitat restoration for pollinator conservation and aims to raise the ecological value of land to benefit natural heritage and human wellbeing. 

Our initiative aims to contribute to biodiversity enrichment, research, stewardship, landscape and amenity value, legacy, community engagement, and ecosystem services. We can work across the UK with individuals, communities, private estates, corporates and local authorities.

POLLINATORS ARE UNDER THREAT DUE TO LOSS OF FLOWER-RICH HABITAT

We can deliver landscapes planted with bio-diverse native wildflower species to create specific breeding habitats and nectar sources for a wide variety of bees and other pollinators, such as butterflies and moths. 

Pollinators Under Threat, IPBES Report 2016

Pollinators Under Threat, IPBES Report 2016

In collaboration with Gavin Jones Limited, The World Bee Project Ecological Consultancy can design, implement and sustainably maintain beautiful specific breeding habitats and nectar sources for a wide variety of bees and other pollinators, such as butterflies and moths. We can also design improvements at domestic scale to transform gardens, rooftops and unused spaces in towns and cities into nectar and pollen havens. 

Our partner Gavin Jones Limited are accredited Investors in People GOLD, and appointed Royal Warrant Holders for Landscape services to HM The Queen. They have accrued many industry awards including, BALI Grand /Principal Awards and RHS Chelsea Flower Show medals and won awards for projects undertaken for 2012 London Olympics - Queen Elizabeth Park, Potters Field Park, Bluewater Shopping Centre, Land Securities, Coca-Cola, The Level - Brighton and Google UK, amongst others. They have worked with a number of well-known companies, including Toyota, Imperial College, Foster Wheeler and Belron to deliver and maintain a series of ecology enhancements.

The State Of Britain's Butterflies, Butterfly Conservation 2015

The State Of Britain's Butterflies, Butterfly Conservation 2015

Do you live in the countryside?

Restoring the diverse bee populations across the country can also bring substantial benefits to innumerable other species, such as butterflies and moths.

We can create beautiful and bio-diverse multifunctional spaces for nature and people, native wildflower meadows and gardens where diverse populations of bees, butterflies and moths can flourish. Our designs can incorporate honeybee apiaries with monitoring technology that collects hive data reliably and consistently and can be accessed, viewed and downloaded remotely.

 

Do you live in an urban area?

London has the densest population of honeybees in Europe - about 2500 beehives in a 10 km radius - and forage scarcity is becoming a problem for pollinators.

We can help transform your garden, rooftop, or unused spaces into nectar and pollen havens for bees, butterflies and moths.

We can incorporate a honeybee apiary and bumble nests with remote monitoring systems that will help maintain strong, healthy and productive honeybee and bumblebee colonies and make your garden a key part of the UK Sentinel Apiary Network. 

 

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“We have the opportunity to be the generation that puts a stop to the piecemeal degradation of our natural environment. We want to see a real positive change in the future of our natural environment – one that supports a stronger economy and better quality life.“
— Rt. Hon. Dame Caroline Spelman DBE, UK Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, 2010 - 2012