Transforming your urban and natural green space
A one-stop shop, from conception to completion
As a leading conservation organisation established within the region for over 40 years, The Lancashire Wildlife Trust has unrivalled local expertise in delivering practical countryside management, conservation and landscape projects.
The Trust's nature reserve portfolio contains 39 sites covering 970 hectares. Keeping these in good ecological condition, safe and offering opportunities for involvement equips our teams with an enviable level of skills and experience.
Based on this experience the Trust’s Contract Services Team has gone from strength to strength in recent years, establishing a client base, mainly within the public sector in addition to private sector project delivery.
Backed by the wealth of ecological and technical knowledge within the Trust and sharing its ethos, our clients can be confident of a sensitive and complete service.
Habitat Management Plans
Landscape Plan Drawings
Community Engagement Advice
Community Consultation and Leadership
Habitat Creation and Restoration
Urban Green Space Conservation
Community Consultation Projects and leadership
Management and maintenance
Full land management and maintenance programming
Invasive species control
Wetlands and waterways
Preston City Council
Lancashire County Council
Red Rose Forest
North West Development Agency
Blackburn with Darwin Council
Chorley Borough Council
A £182,000 project, at Croxteth, Liverpool, saw The River Alt de-culverted and a new channel created for it across a former brownfield site. Find out more.
This exciting project saw an extensive wetland area be created to enhance the existing habitat in the nature reserve area of the park. Find out more.
As a vital part of this dune protection project we constructed a boardwalk and steps, as well as installing over 1km of fencing and over 500 posts.
Our work here included improving a reedbed habitat for Bittern, which was done by creating channels through the reedbed and lowering an area to create new reedbed.
Two large public platforms in Fulwood, Preston, had come to the end of their lives and we replaced them with some smaller and more cost effective ones.
As part of the restoration of the lowland raised bog, our work here included the installation of plastic piling, bunds and ditch blocks.
Seven Acres Country Park
We delivered access and habitat improvements to the picturesque Bolton country park, by constructing new paths and steps, kissing gate and enhancement of wetland habitat.
The Hive at Moss Bank Park
Here we delivered the installation of infrastructure and landscaping for The Trust's Hive food growing project, created at Moss Bank Park in Bolton.
Winmarleigh & Cockerham Moss
This £142,000 project involved restoring 75 Ha of the 90 Ha Site of Special Scientific Interest, designated for its lowland bog habitat and presence of Bush Cricket and Large Heath Butterfly.