Natural Habitat Bank offering Burnley and Ribble Valley landowners a chance to create profitable wildlife habitats

Burnley and Ribble Valley landowners are being given the chance to convert their land into valuable wildlife habitats.
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Natural Habitat Bank will help them make additional money off their land while helping protect and restore the natural environment.

The company has worked on numerous projects helping to create and manage habitats, from restoring wetlands to establishing new woodlands.

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Director Kate Johnstone said: “We are passionate about protecting and restoring the natural environment, particularly that on our doorstep.

General view of Burnley.General view of Burnley.
General view of Burnley.

“Our mission is to create and manage habitats that support a diverse range of wildlife, while also providing landowners with a sustainable and profitable way to use and safeguard their land.

“We are excited to expand our operations across Burnley, Accrington and the Ribble Valley and to work with landowners in the area to create a better future for nature.

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“There are many benefits to creating habitats on your land. They provide homes for a wide range of wildlife, including birds, mammals, insects, and plants.

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"They also help to improve air and water quality, reduce soil erosion, and mitigate the effects of climate change.

"Additionally, habitats can be a valuable asset to landowners, providing them with a new source of income whilst protecting land from development.

"The countryside of Burnley and the Ribble Valley is undoubtedly the best in the country: we're fiercely committed to protecting and enhancing this precious land.”

Natural Habitat Bank is offering a range of services, including: habitat creation, restoration, and enhancement; financial assistance and tax benefits; and long-term habitat management and maintenance.

To learn more visit or contact Kate on 07795 522809.